Thank You Ben for taking the time to do the unboxing and setup. It’s really great to see all the hard work that OneFinity has put into these machines, the machine is beast! Some of the industrial equipment that I work on is not build this well. Can’t wait to see it powered up and running.
Just squeeked in Part two tonight. It was set to 220v and i just opened the controller and flipped it to 110v. Sorry for the hickup! That’s what happens when you go LIVE!
here’s part two if you didn’t catch it live (sorry it was short but it’s late!)
Ben, really nice job and glad you found the fix. For those of us that ordered the hose boom, is there any way you can measure the complete height of it now. I think you measured to the z axis during part 1. If not, I will look out for the enclosure video if you decide to share that one. thanks again.
(Peter Romano (Official 3rd Party Accessories))
27" from the bottom of the feet to the top of the clip. Your hose will extend beyond the clip as well. So to be safe you may want to say 29"
Ben, what is your thoughts on the Armor workbench having casters. Does it seem to be stable or do you notice any rocking motion when the Onefinity is in use? Are you satisfied on leaving the casters on the workbench? Thanks -Mark
if its my shop, it has wheels. My shop it to small for anything to be stationary.
I’ve had my machines on casters ever since i’ve had my first cnc, and i’ve had zero issues. the armor tool casters are all locking.