How to: DIY Arduino CNC Router Cutter Welder(Part 1: Base and X-Axis)




This is a 6 part series. In this episode I will be fabricating the base and x-axis out of 2 inch and 1 inch 14 gauge steel square tubing and roller skate wheels for …

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How to: DIY Arduino CNC Router Cutter Welder(Part 1: Base and X-Axis)

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  1. hey bro, nice work.. i just ned to know that what is the size or the stell pipes you have used for the cnc??? those rectangular pipes are 1×1" or 1.5"x1.5"???? and what gauge size you have used????

  2. This is an awesome video. I had to edit this comment to stress how appreciative I am of Absorber of Light for his videos.
    I always worry when I see people cutting and grinding metal without gloves. And at 4:37 I can see he has gloves. It's like in the show Forged in Fire when someone rips a hole in their hand or finger. I think it could've been prevented or at least not as bad if they had worn gloves.

  3. Chemtrails? I think you mean contrails, dumbass. Contrails being condensed water vapor from the jet engines. Have you ever noticed anything when you breathed outside on a cold day? One would almost think very cold air with a some amount of water vapor in the upper atmosphere would act cause do the same thing when a jet engine very rapidly compresses it, dramatically raising it's temperature, and then blasts it back out into the surrounding environment of cold air. Sound a little far fetched? I guess the more reasonable explanation is that commercial airliners load up their aircrafts with chemicals to spray out into the sky. Sure, it seems altogether impossible that a commercial jet could even hold the amount of mass required to leave a trail over hundreds of miles. Damn, that seems even more impossible when you realize that you can't use the space required for passengers, internal machinery required to make the plane work, and the fuel required for the plane to reach its destination. I guess the fuel could be doped with chemicals, but you can tell it's not because you can work out how much energy is in the fuel, the efficiency of the aircraft, and how much fuel the aircraft can hold. There's no way you can fudge the numbers enough to account for a trail of mass hundreds of miles long, but it's still more reasonable that the effect we all know about being responsible, right? It's not like there would have to be an entire industry employing millions of people to manufacture and transport these chemicals that are just being sprayed out into the sky, right? Chemtrails… Dumbass.

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