Design & Fabrication of 3D Printed Arduino Based CNC Machine
Author(s):
Md Ejaz Akhtar, Sharad Kumar Shukla
Keywords:
CNC, Arduino, G code, Micro controller unit
Abstract
In this project we are designing a low cost “3D Printed Arduino Based Lathe Cutter Machine” using stepper motor, Arduino Uno R3, micro controller software. The Software has been used to produce a G code for the operation of the system. The Arduino plotter machine has been dependent on the principle of Computer Numerical Control with limited area depends on the motion X, Y and Z axes. Basically, the system of this plotter machine is modeling by solid work software to work with three axes stepper motors (as X, Y and Z axes), these three stepper motors are controlled by shield for movement (X, Y and Z axes). This machine’s movement on the X axis is 215 mm and Y axis is 235 mm. Length of travel means the linear movement of stepper motors that control for X, Y and Z axes from point to another point. The left and right movement controlled by X axis stepper motor, front-back movement controlled by Y axis stepper motor and the pen is up-down that is controlled by Z axis stepper motor and uses two pieces one for front and one for back. The y-axis acts as motor mount to move z-axis in addition with slide mechanism whereas the z-axis controls the depth by allowing the movement of router in up and down direction so it is a very important axis.
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Unique Paper ID: 161263

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 3

Page(s): 107 - 110
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