It's a CNC Router of my own design and built, based on data collected on the internet from others builders.
It was designed primary to cut wood, so it uses a router as spindle; but I've been cutting aluminum and brass successfully. Several parts of the Clock project I'm working on were made on this machine.
Brino, on this forum, asked about it; so I've collected some old information and here it is:
It was made basically out of 1/2 aluminum 6061 flat and L stock.
20mm Ball screws rails and nuts acquired via eBay from user solar-jean (from china)
Motors, controllers and components from Automation Technologies, UgraCnc, Cnc4Pc and other suppliers. McMaster of course.
KL34H2120-60-4B Nema 34 1200 Oz/in for the X axis
KL23H2100-50-4B Nema 23 570 Oz/in for the X axis
Spindle: Bosch 1617 router
It is run by Mach3, gCode from CamBam