Store Now OPEN!
I have now opened up the Root CNC store, I am still learning about all this stuff so please bear with me. Until I know what/ if there is a demand for Root CNC related stuff I shall start small and see how it goes.
Link to the store can be found here – https://rootcnc.com/shop/
Currently the site will only accept PayPal, it’s the easiest and safest way in my opinion. You can pay be card but you would require a PayPal account.
If you have parts you think I should stock then please send me an email and if enough people want an item, I will see if I can get it in bulk to save costs
As always I love you hear what you think!
Root 3 Print Orientation Update
Printing part is the correct way will improve the machine’s performance and reduce the chance of any part failures. I have uploaded some recommended print orientations photos to help people build the best machine. Link Below.
How to Print Root 3 – https://rootcnc.com/machines/root-3/how-to-print-r3/
In case you missed it – here is the print orientations for Root 2 – https://rootcnc.com/machines/root-2/how-to-print/
I think Root CNC might need to a dust shoe! #Root3
Root 2 Print Orientation Update
Printing part is the correct way will improve the machine’s performance and reduce the chance of any part failures. I have uploaded some recommended print orientations photos to help people build the best machine. See Link here
How to Print Root 2 – https://rootcnc.com/machines/root-2/how-to-print/
Root 3 Print Orientation coming soon!!
Here is the OFFICIAL home of Root CNC and Root CNC forum!
Find the Forum here – Link
Please enjoy the site and let me know what you think!
Content will be consistently added in the future! watch this space. 🙂
Image above is the most recent Job I did on my machine – Milling a roof panel from 35mm plywood! total time was 20 ish mins.
A new machine is planned! its still in development but I am too excited and seeing as we have hit the 3000 members on Facebook, I thought heck why not and share with you guys and what I have been working on. This machine is not indeed to be a chip making machine but rather a smaller, compact version of Root 3. its going to be called ‘Root 3 Lite’, its aim toward the smaller desktop sized machine aimed at PCBs and woodwork. it is quicker to print and also easier to assemble but most of all slightly cheaper to build!
R3 Lite WIP
R2.1 I would say is pretty much there and the WIP mark should be released! However – name of which shall be changed to Root 3 rather than 2.1 this should help any one with the version numbering and also a seems a far better machine than R2.