CNC all the things


#222

My view was always slightly pro-PC, but it’s much stronger now I have the all in one PC with touch screen. It’s quiet, powerful (enough to run a much more sophisticated crossover than Nadja) and the whole thing has been completely stable.


#223

Yeah, it’s not very all in one as I use a
PCI aes interface to an apogee Rosetta 8 channel adc/dac. It’s completely stable, can handle all the taps and room correction etc, main downside is I’d like an analogue volume control.

But still, quite like the Najda.


#224

Did you see that NP is doing DIYAudio versions of B4 & B5 analogue crossovers including a 1 box 3 way?


#225

I’d read about them, but I think they were 12db which isn’t much use.


#226

I think there was mention of different slopes, can’t find where at the moment though.


#227


#228

Fuckin’ sick, that.


#229

Nice work :+1:


#230

@Ijrussell popped in with his Aleph 60 mono blocks to wire up the balanced inputs. The front panels fell victim to the CNC machine.


#231

Stunning. Those put some manufacturers cases to shame. :+1:


#232

:heart_eyes::heart_eyes::heart_eyes:


#233

Modushop cases, very nice really.


#234

Beautiful job
:+1:


#235

Well, since it was all setup :smiley:


#236

Definitely prefer the without handles look but they do make shifting them around so easy.


#237

Funny, I prefer the look industrielle…


#238

https://www.modushop.biz/site/index.php?route=product/product&path=71_149_155&product_id=287

:slight_smile:


#239

I seem to have acquired 5 of them and filled with stuff somehow.


#240

Much win happening here :+1:


#241

Have come by one of these:

https://www.proxxon.com/en/micromot/27110.php

Seems that they’re pretty well regarded and many folks covert them to CNC operation, just needs 3 stepper motors, a mounting kit and an Arduino-based controller/motor drivers.

It’s quite small, Will be useful for making badges and PCB prototypes, if nothing else.

Will post some pics when I start.