How to fasten material to our HIGH-Z
For clamping of flat or complex pieces, engraving material, sheet metal or sheet-timber easily, just fix an MDF-board to the base, mill it once to smoothen. For flat materials or for engraving, you only fasten a further, but plastics coated board on the MDF-Board. Use double-sided sticky tape to fix thin material.
A device for holding down pieces for engraving will additionally be delivered free of charge.
Make sure that thin engraving material always lays flat on the base in order to avoid difference in engraving depth. The operation manual shows examples of how to fix flat sheet material easily, to guarantee a precise milling operation.
CNC-Step also offers a T-slot plate which can be used to fasten complex pieces to a reasonable price.
How to fasten large working pieces to our HIGH-Z
We have developed the HIGH-Z in a way that you can also work on pieces of any size. You want to create an engraving or a complex cut e.g. in a housing of 1mm edge dimension or larger, at a later stage?
Arrange the machine over the piece to work on. With our z-Axis extension kit, which is optionally available, you can work on an area of 200x400mm.
In the Video we drive a 3D travel with a speed of 50mm/sec. with a high-Z S-400 are 3000mm/min. We let additional run and hear in the backround Windows applications music over the Windows mediaplayer. Try once with another control software. Here is the used DIN ISO application as download . The feed motion is adjusted in WIN PCNC however to a maximum speed by 50mm/sec. is kept firm in the program to 1000.
With the 3D shown in the video travel concerns is a test presentation. The engines are short thereby before the load limit, whereby inevitably during still faster travel step losses would develop. The maximally recommended cruise are substantially smaller laid out therefore in the manual, in order to ensure a walk-loss-free and torque-strong working of the engines. The video is to only illustrate the stability of WIN PCNC with a high expenditure for clock frequency.