Brushs Laser Cutting and 3d Printing workbench

Discussion in 'Area 51' started by BrushType4, 9 September 2011.

  1. adrian

    adrian Flying Squad

    Whatever the reasons it can't have been an easy decision to make so I hope you can take all the positives from the legacy you've created. It's certainly paved the way for what is possible with laser cutting and encouraged many to have a go.

    Wishing you and your family all the best for the future.
     
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  2. fenman

    fenman Active Member

    Sorry to hear that Phil, all the best for the future.
    Peter.
     
  3. JimG

    JimG Western Thunderer

    That is bad news. I trust that you will keep us informed of your project work. I always keep a lookout at what you are doing just to see what is possible with a laser cutter.

    Jim.
     
  4. Richard Thomas

    Richard Thomas New Member

    It was your work which inspired and started me on my 0 gauge journey. It's going to be a while before others get even close to the standards that you have achieved.
    Best wishes for the future
    Richard T
     
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  5. Threadmark: Trotec speedy 400 flexx. A new beginning.
    BrushType4

    BrushType4 Western Thunderer

    Well the trusty HPC has moved to a fresh home and fellow thunderer and I hope to see the work it will produce pop up on WT in the future AAB7A7E7-5EB4-4BE6-990E-9E0118D43137.jpeg

    It was with a sad heart to see it go but onwards and upwards. So the new laser finally installed. A little earlier than I’d planned but the garage cum workshop will have to be drylined around it.
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    With my mojo slowly coming back and patience wearing thin for some of my customers it was time to put the new machine to work with an outstanding commission.
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    This will be built and painted by Martyn Welch. I’ll be looking forward to seeing those build pictures.
     

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  6. BrushType4

    BrushType4 Western Thunderer

    One of my projects needed fencing and I couldn’t find what I wanted and I should make my own anyway. So with a little thought on how I can make long stretches of fencing easily and accurately I’ve come up with a plan that incorporates a disposable jig.

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  7. eastsidepilot

    eastsidepilot Western Thunderer

    Yes, I and a few others helped to push it into it's new home, we thought it was an indoor barbecue :D:p

    Col.
     
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  8. Dan Randall

    Dan Randall Western Thunderer

    Hi Phil

    I'm guessing the new laser cutter has a larger cutting capacity than the old one? What's the maximum size you can accommodate please?


    Regards


    Dan
     
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  9. adrian

    adrian Flying Squad

    As my wife would say there's an FBC on the front
    F***ing big clue - it's a Forensic Scientist TLA. :))

    Speedy400flexx - 1000x610mm
    Speedy Laser Engraving Machines
     
  10. Peter Insole

    Peter Insole Western Thunderer

    Something was toasting nicely on it yesterday Col!

    Here is a pic of the team taking it the long, and only way round:

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    In retrospect, it might have been an idea to use a bier of some sort...?

    Perhaps a brandy or two would have been preferred at the time though?!!!

    Pete.
     
  11. Dan Randall

    Dan Randall Western Thunderer

    Doh! Thanks Adrian.


    Regards

    Dan

     
  12. Pencarrow

    Pencarrow Western Thunderer

    Very neat way of incorporating the jig into the fret. Are you making this available commercially?
     
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  13. BrushType4

    BrushType4 Western Thunderer

    Yes. Packs of 6 for £7.50. That’s about 60 scale feet.
     
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  14. Pencarrow

    Pencarrow Western Thunderer

    Cheers (obviously I meant jig not job - blinking auto-correct)
     
  15. Peter Cross

    Peter Cross Western Thunderer

    Think I need about 2 metres worth of the LSWR fencing, will there be gates etc?
     
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  16. BrushType4

    BrushType4 Western Thunderer

    I can do gates. Have you got a picture and I’ll match up. I’ll have look to see if I have drawings for gates. Not sure I have other than generic types.
     
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  17. Barnaby

    Barnaby Western Thunderer

    Sorry to read that you had lost your mojo Phil but I hope the new Laser means you will be having another go.

    Wishing you every success.

    Best
     
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  18. Oz7mm

    Oz7mm Western Thunderer

    Really neat job with the fencing Phil

    John
     
  19. BrushType4

    BrushType4 Western Thunderer

    Thanks John. It just makes it easier to build up than the jigs I’ve seen others use.
     
  20. Keith Phillips

    Keith Phillips Western Thunderer

    That is really good. A very neat solution. :thumbs:
     
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