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South Bend SB1001 CNC Lathe, 3D Printed Parts, Arduino Controlled


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A CNC conversion of a South Bend SB1001 (8k) 8×18 lathe made using 3D printed parts, an Arduino, and closed-loop stepper motors.

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Other DIY-CNC lathe videos:
Commercial CNC Lathe Kit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SwvjGSoO09M
CNC Lathe Panel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdhNRhK3TCY
Solid Tool Post Mount, Best Upgrade: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HAcEkeCF_PA

0:00 Introduction
3:57 Making Parts
6:27 Testing
8:02 Improving

11:36 Demonstration

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  1. Are those thrust bearings large enough in diameter to be only interacting with the outer race of the radial bearings? The thrust bearings looked to small in the model you were showing.

  2. Can you please tell me Which software did you use to run the machine? Please bro i am also working to make the cnc wood turning project.
    I am from india

  3. Hi there, First of all thanks nice video. How can you help me? I want to make special purpose 2 axis lathe type Cnc machine. My requirement is rpm of spindle speed is 10 – 300m and 2nd axis ball screw control by Cnc control with precision features for my operation is like threading. Please give me best solution. Thanks

  4. Video is GREAT.

    The machine is GREAT

    The subject is GREAT

    The purpose is GREAT

    The method is GREAT

    The work needed is GREAT

    The price is Great


    The speed of your "rhetoric" is TOO dadgummed fast.

    Please learn to slow down when teaching. It would make for outstanding videos. Oh indeed yes!


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