Got it all together!

Surfacing the spoil boards, which used the Onefinity to make all the holes. Next will be the grid lines. This thing is AWESOME!!

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Very nice build. What are your table top dimensions?

48"x60" is the top, 3/4" plywood.

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I really like your idea with the storage space for everything you need for the CNC I would assume

Thanks James, yes everything I use on regular basis for OneFinity, and the large draw is a small 3018 CNC I started with, that slide out for use.

I see you set yours up with the Y rails backwards. Are you running into any issues with your carves because of it?

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James, no issues yet, but have only made couple test carves and some hold down clamps

Trying to learn here. What is the benefit of putting your Y rails backwards?

When you home the Onefinity now does it go to the rear right corner?

I didn’t want the wires across front of machine with the front drawers I have.

no you go into setup and tell it the rails are swapped, don’t remember how off the top of my head but Onefinity has a video on it. Just look up onefinity on Utube.

My plan is once my Journeyman rail shows up I was going to remove the Y axis wires from the lower tube. It looks like the part that holds the connector inside the tube is just a 3d printed part that’s pushed into the tube. I would rather have both the motors and the wires in the rear.

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