This is a DIY project and it is meant to be built following the Youtube video and the complete 3D assembly, all the missing measurements can be done there, I used that very same 3D model to double check everything during the build.
The video will show you the assembly order for all the parts and the 3D model will show you where goes where but I cannot guarantee that you will be able to duplicate my results.
Due to safety concerns no electrical/electronic info is provided, just guidance. There's plenty of information about how to wire a CNC shield online and links are provided.
Please be safe, I assume that you have some basic safety training and skills to carry out this project. Your tools and workshop will be different from mine so consider these files as a guide only.
This CNC router did cost me $925 to build. This doesn't mean this is what it is going to cost you to build it and I may even be wrong about my own cost so take it with a big pile of salt.
Link to the original Fusion 360 project updated to the latest version.
Folder with the STL of all the 3D printed parts.
Readme file with a few tips and tricks.
The source files can be obtained exporting them from the linked Fusion 360 project.
PLEASE NOTE: YOU WILL NEED A MINIMUM BED SIZE OF 220mm x 200mm except for the electrical box that is almost 300 mm long.
There are no tall parts/parts that need to be printed upright in this build.
This is not a guarantee that you'll end up with a functional CNC router if you buy these files.
There's no guarantee that you will be able to source the same components I used in this build.
These files are sold as they are, there are no extra services associated with them.
There's no support included in this files. None. I will not reply to any questions or help you solve any issues with this build as it is impossible for me to do it for every person that buys the files. There's a link to a discord channel for the people that are attempting this build to share progress and troubles.
If you wan't to build this CNC router as a production unit, don't. This is not it, this is a hobby project.