The gantry panels that make up a DIYLILCNCv2 are made of CNC milled plywood. The thickness of this material is not critical; you can use anything in the neighborhood of .5″/12mm. Plywood with more layers will improve rigidity and increase cost (marginally).

We don’t currently have a source for fabrication, but we hope to offer that service soon. In the meantime, all are welcome to download the CAD files for free. Many universities and cabinetry shops have CNC mills. Prices will vary widely, so do your homework.

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<p>The gantry panels that make up a DIYLILCNC v2.0DIYLILCNCv2 are made of CNC milled plywood. The thickness of this material is not critical; you can use anything in the neighborhood of .5"/12mm. Plywood with more layers will improve rigidity and increase cost (marginally).</p> <p>We don't currently have a source for fabrication, but we hope to offer that service soon. In the meantime, all are welcome to download the CAD files for free. Many universities and cabinetry shops have CNC mills. Prices will vary widely, so do your homework.</p> <p><a href="https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0Bx7IYFr3lQoAU2hZb1ZucjZXVU0/edit">Shared Docs: CAD files</a></p>

Revised 4 years ago
<P>NEEDS PICTURE</P> <p>The gantry panels that make up a DIYLILCNC v2.0 are made of CNC milled plywood. The thickness of this material is not critical; you can use anything in the neighborhood of .5"/12mm. Plywood with more layers will improve rigidity and increase cost (marginally).</p> <p>We don't currently have a source for fabrication, but we hope to offer that service soon. In the meantime, all are welcome to download the CAD files for free. Many universities and cabinetry shops have CNC mills. Prices will vary widely, so do your homework.</p> <p><a href="https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0Bx7IYFr3lQoAU2hZb1ZucjZXVU0/edit">Shared Docs: CAD files</a></p>

Revised 4 years ago
<P>NEEDS PICTURE</P> <p>The gantry panels that make up a DIYLILCNC v2.0 are made of CNC milled plywood. The thickness of this material is not critical; you can use anything in the neighborhood of .5"/12mm. Plywood with more layers will improve rigidity and increase cost (marginally).</p> <p>We don't currently have a source for fabrication, but we hope to offer that service soon. In the meantime, all are welcome to download the CAD files for free. Many universities and cabinetry shops have CNC mills. Prices will vary widely, so do your homework.</p> Files: <ul> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0Bx7IYFr3lQoAbENrLTAyc2xFd3c/edit">All 2D contours, in Rhino and DWG formats</a></li> </ul><p><a href="https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0Bx7IYFr3lQoAU2hZb1ZucjZXVU0/edit">Shared Docs: CAD files</a></p>

Revised 4 years ago
<P>NEEDS PICTURE</P> <p>The gantry panels that make up a DIYLILCNC v2.0 are made of CNC milled plywood. The thickness of this material is not critical; you can use anything in the neighborhood of .5"/12mm. Plywood with more layers will improve rigidity and increase cost (marginally).</p> <p>We don't currently have a source for fabrication, but we hope to offer that service soon. In the meantime, all are welcome to download the CAD files for free. Many universities and cabinetry shops have CNC mills. Prices will vary widely, so do your homework.</p> <p>Please note! Almost all cuts in this file are simple contours. There are 3 instances of pocketing - these are denoted by red outlines on layers/files #3 and #4. Drop me a line if the files are wiping out my color-coding. Pockets are about .125" deep, though your ACME nut pocket my need to be deeper depending on its design.</p> Files: <ul> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0Bx7IYFr3lQoAbENrLTAyc2xFd3c/edit">All 2D contours, in Rhino and DWG formats</a></li> </ul>

Revised 4 years ago
<P>NEEDS PICTURE</P> <p>The gantry panels that make up a DIYLILCNC v2.0 are made of CNC milled plywood. The thickness of this material is not critical; you can use anything in the neighborhood of .5"/12mm. Plywood with more layers will improve rigidity and increase cost (marginally).</p> <p>We don't currently have a source for fabrication, but we hope to offer that service soon. In the meantime, all are welcome to download the CAD files for free. Many universities and cabinetry shops have CNC mills. Prices will vary widely, so do your homework.</p> <p>Please note! Almost all cuts in this file are simple contours. There are 3 instances of pocketing - these are denoted by red outlines on layers/files #3 and #4. Drop me a line if the files are wiping out my color-coding. Pockets are about .125" deep, though your ACME nut pocket my need to be deeper depending on its design.</p> Files: <ul> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0Bx7IYFr3lQoAbENrLTAyc2xFd3c/edit">All 2D contours, in Rhino and DWG formats</a></li> </ul>

Revised 4 years ago
<P>NEEDS PICTURE</P> <p>The gantry panels that make up a DIYLILCNC v2.0 are made of CNC milled plywood. The thickness of this material is not critical; you can use anything in the neighborhood of .5"/12mm. Plywood with more layers will improve rigidity and increase cost (marginally).</p> <p>We don't currently have a source for fabrication, but we hope to offer that service soon. In the meantime, all are welcome to download the CAD files for free. Many universities and cabinetry shops have CNC mills. Prices will vary widely, so do your homework.</p> File: <a href="https://docs.google.com/open?id=0Bx7IYFr3lQoARXh4ZUFUcUhoRkE">2D contours (Rhino 3DM)</a>Files: <ul> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0Bx7IYFr3lQoAbENrLTAyc2xFd3c/edit">All 2D contours, in Rhino and DWG formats</a></li> </ul>

Revised 4 years ago
<P>NEEDS PICTURE</P> <p>The gantry panels that make up a DIYLILCNC v2.0 are made of CNC milled plywood. The thickness of this material is not critical; you can use anything in the neighborhood of .5"/12mm. Plywood with more layers will improve rigidity and increase cost (marginally).</p> <p>We don't currently have a source for fabrication, but we hope to offer that service soon. In the meantime, all are welcome to download the CAD files for free. Many universities and cabinetry shops have CNC mills. Prices will vary widely, so do your homework.</p> <ul> <li><a File: <a href="https://docs.google.com/open?id=0Bx7IYFr3lQoARXh4ZUFUcUhoRkE">2D contours (Rhino 3DM)</a></li> </ul>3DM)</a>

Revised 4 years ago
<strong>NEEDS PICTURE</strong><P>NEEDS PICTURE</P> <p>The gantry panels that make up a DIYLILCNC v2.0 are made of CNC milled plywood. The thickness of this material is not critical; you can use anything in the neighborhood of .5"/12mm. Plywood with more layers will improve rigidity and increase cost (marginally).</p> <p>We don't currently have a source for fabrication, but we hope to offer that service soon. In the meantime, all are welcome to download the CAD files for free. Many universities and cabinetry shops have CNC mills. Prices will vary widely, so do your homework.</p> <ul> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/open?id=0Bx7IYFr3lQoARXh4ZUFUcUhoRkE">2D contours (Rhino 3DM)</a></li> </ul>

Revised 4 years ago
NEEDS PICTURE<strong>NEEDS PICTURE</strong> <p>The gantry panels that make up a DIYLILCNC v2.0 are made of CNC milled plywood. The thickness of this material is not critical; you can use anything in the neighborhood of .5"/12mm. Plywood with more layers will improve rigidity and increase cost (marginally).</p> <p>We don't currently have a source for fabrication, but we hope to offer that service soon. In the meantime, all are welcome to download the CAD files for free. Many universities and cabinetry shops have CNC mills. Prices will vary widely, so do your homework.</p> <ul> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/open?id=0Bx7IYFr3lQoARXh4ZUFUcUhoRkE">2D contours (Rhino 3DM)</a></li> </ul>

Revised 4 years ago
NEEDS PICTURE <p>The gantry panels that make up a DIYLILCNC v2.0 are made of CNC milled plywood. The thickness of this material is not critical; you can use anything in the neighborhood of .5"/12mm. Plywood with more layers will improve rigidity and increase cost (marginally).</p> <p>We don't currently have a source for fabrication, but we hope to offer that service soon. In the meantime, all are welcome to download the CAD files for free. Many universities and cabinetry shops have CNC mills. Prices will vary widely, so do your homework.</p> <ul> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/open?id=0Bx7IYFr3lQoARXh4ZUFUcUhoRkE">2D contours (Rhino 3DM)</a></li> </ul>

Revised 4 years ago
<p>The gantry panels that make up a DIYLILCNC v2.0 are made of CNC milled plywood. The thickness of this material is not critical; you can use anything in the neighborhood of .5"/12mm. Plywood with more layers will improve rigidity and increase cost (marginally).</p> <p>We don't currently have a source for fabrication, but we hope to offer that service soon. In the meantime, all are welcome to download the CAD files for free. Many universities and cabinetry shops have CNC mills. Prices will vary widely, so do your homework.</p> <ul> <li>3D model (coming eventually)</li> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/open?id=0Bx7IYFr3lQoARXh4ZUFUcUhoRkE">2D contours (Rhino 3DM)</a></li> </ul>

Revised 4 years ago
<p>The gantry panels that make up a DIYLILCNC v2.0 are made of CNC milled plywood. The thickness of this material is not critical; you can use anything in the neighborhood of .5"/12mm. Plywood with more layers will improve rigidity and increase cost (marginally).</p> <p>We don't currently have a source for fabrication, but we hope to offer that service soon. In the meantime, all are welcome to download the CAD files for free. Many universities and cabinetry shops have CNC mills. Prices will vary widely, so do your homework.</p> <ul> <li>3D model (coming eventually)</li> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/open?id=0Bx7IYFr3lQoAaDZwWFBHTlFkU2M">2Dhref="https://docs.google.com/open?id=0Bx7IYFr3lQoARXh4ZUFUcUhoRkE">2D contours (Rhino 3DM)</a></li> </ul>

Revised 4 years ago
<p>The gantry panels that make up a DIYLILCNC v2.0 are made of CNC milled plywood. The thickness of this material is not critical; you can use anything in the neighborhood of .5"/12mm. Plywood with more layers will improve rigidity and increase cost (marginally).</p> <p>We don't currently have a source for fabrication, but we hope to offer that service soon. In the meantime, all are welcome to download the CAD files for free. Many universities and cabinetry shops have CNC mills. Prices will vary widely, so do your homework.</p> <ul> <li>3D model (coming eventually)</li> <li><a hred="https://docs.google.com/open?id=0Bx7IYFr3lQoAaDZwWFBHTlFkU2M">2Dhref="https://docs.google.com/open?id=0Bx7IYFr3lQoAaDZwWFBHTlFkU2M">2D contours (Rhino 3DM)</a></li> </ul>

Revised 4 years ago
The<p>The gantry panels that make up a DIYLILCNC v2.0 are made of CNC milled plywood. The thickness of this material is not critical; you can use anything in the neighborhood of .5"/12mm. Plywood with more layers will improve rigidity and increase cost (marginally).(marginally).</p> We<p>We don't currently have a source for fabrication, but we hope to offer that service soon. In the meantime, all are welcome to download the CAD files for free. Many universities and cabinetry shops have CNC mills. Prices will vary widely, so do your homework.homework.</p> <ul> <li>3D model (coming eventually)</li> <li><a hred="https://docs.google.com/open?id=0Bx7IYFr3lQoAaDZwWFBHTlFkU2M">2D contours (Rhino 3DM)</a></li> </ul>

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Downloads, ordering infoThe gantry panels that make up a DIYLILCNC v2.0 are made of CNC milled plywood. The thickness of this material is not critical; you can use anything in the neighborhood of .5"/12mm. Plywood with more layers will improve rigidity and increase cost (marginally). We don't currently have a source for fabrication, but we hope to offer that service soon. In the meantime, all are welcome to download the CAD files for free. Many universities and cabinetry shops have CNC mills. Prices will vary widely, so do your homework.

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