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How much does the Pocket NC cost?A Pocket NC costs 4000USD plus shipping.
What materials can you cut with the Pocket NC?The Pocket NC can cut wax, plastic, wood, and aluminum. Basically any materials with hardnesses up to that of aluminum.
What size parts can you make with the Pocket NC?The travel of the Pocket NC is 4.3 inches (109 mm) in X, 5.0 inches (127 mm) in Y, and 3.5 inches (89 mm) in Z. How your part fits in this envelope is highly dependent on your setup.
What kind of software will I need to run the Pocket NC?We are partnering with Autodesk to offer a one-year commercial subscription to Autodesk® Fusion 360™ with each of our machines. After the one-year period is over, Fusion 360 is free for enthusiasts, hobbyists, and startups and is compatible with Windows and OSx. You may also use whatever CAD/CAM software you would like, we would be happy to help facilitate the generation of a post processor for our machine.
Are you going to make a machine with a larger work area?We do plan to design a machine with a larger work area, however it is still a couple of years from being released. You can go and see more videos at their Youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1zXa_8xzMDIdP2k90cYflA Continue Reading
Question:How do I get G&M code from Inventor HSM to make my actual part on the milling machine?
Answer:post-code-with-hsm It’s really gotten very easy to do with HSM. Follow the directions below, and you should be all set! Be sure to download the PLTW tool library, and watch video 0 at the link below so that when you verify it in CNCmotion, it will work. This link shows you how to install the post and tool store, and provides a link below Video 0 to download the toolstore and post for the Intellitek machines: HERE
|Step 1||Click on the Post Process tool in the toolbar as shown above.|
|Step 2||Choose the type of machine you have. In this case I am using an Intellitek mill.|
|Step 3||Chose where you want it to save the NC file.|
|Step 4||Click on the Post button at the bottom. Your code will then open in a code editor, and be saved in the folder where you told it to be. You should now be able to open it in CNCmotion and simulate it or run the code on the machine of your choice!|
MAKING IT REAL AT CIM CTI UK
Teachers at CIM CTI @ UK have designed containers in CAD, brought them into CAM software, simulated them on a computer, then manufactured them on a CNC Milling machine.