The Sienci Mill One Kit is an simple and affordable desktop CNC machine to turn your digital 3D designs into real physical objects. The Mill One is designed for both beginners with no experience in CNC milling to advanced makers with milling experience.
This kit comes with all of the hardware required to build your own Sienci Mill One. A 10mm socket wrench, small flathead screwdriver, and size M3, M5, and M8 Allen keys are needed to assemble this kit.
This kit does not come with a rotary tool, and one must be purchased separately. We recommend the Ridgid R24012 or Makita RT0701C routers due high performance and reliability. Sources to order routers can be found here: http://sienci.com/choosing-a-router-for-your-mill-one/.
For a complete guide on using your Mill One, visit http://sienci.com/resources/
Model: Mill One
Working Area: approximately 235mm x 185mm x 100mm (9 ¼” x 7 ¼” x 4″) Machine Volume: approximately 430mm x 430mm x 300mm (17” x 17” x 11 ⅞”) Mechanical resolution: ±0.1mm Max Travel Speed: 1200mm/min at ⅛ microstepping (default) Commands to Controller: G-code Driver system: CNC V3.0 HCARDU0086 Arduino Shield on Arduino Uno with Pololu A4988 stepper motor drivers and GRBL firmware Software Compatibility: Universal GCode Sender, Kiri:Moto, Fusion 360 (with Universal GCode Sender plugin), and any other g-code sending software (some 3D printer senders work) Interface: USB Power supply: External 120V/220V, 50/60Hz AC to 24VDC 5A Power consumption: 110W (max)
For a full list of components, please refer to our BOM
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