The 3.52m x 3.02m size turned out to be much more of a challenge.
- Xforma MBX MKII (aka Murderbox) – Custom hard-loop, X299
- Secondary monitor – Dell P4317Q, Flat, IPS, 4K
- Primary monitor – Dell U3818DW, Curved, IPS
- Reference studio monitors – Yamaha HS7I, Stereo speakers
- DAC – Make and model still unknown
- UPDATED: The previous base trap removed to make space for a aluminium column.
- Top wall cabinet – Accommodate router, switch, cable, alarm
- Stone top – White Ceaserstone
- Bottom cabinet – Accommodate a safe, NAS, UPS
- 3D Printer
- UPDATED: Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman
- NEW: Evo One 3D Desktop Mill
- NEW: Base Cabinet / Trolley for 5 axis mill.
- NEW: PocketNC V2 5 axis mill with enclosure.
Notes / Thoughts
- The (#6) base-traps look stupid. A aluminium tube can also house the cables and pick up styling from the table top leg.
- The Lounge chair (#11) location changed as it will block entry from the sliding doors if ottoman is used.
- I would have like a beefier 3 axis router (like the 740 x 400 cnc-step, but there is just now way to fit it into the available space, and its just too much of and industrial look. For now, the Evo One (#12) is the 2nd price… it even fits with the rest of the color theme.
- I also have the need for cutting small parts with a 5-axis CNC (#14) and would have preferred one machine with larger envelope, but do not have the space for a messy and wet setup. Design stuff in parts between the 3-axis and 5-axis and assemble !
- The PocketNC CNC (#14) should be in an enclosure (chipping tray / noise / dirt) and on a trolley (#13).
- To the right of #10 there is an anti-vibration joint in the top.
- The opening between #9 and #10 in the base cabinet doubles as a storing place for the ottoman, and another work location when seated.
- The monitors is wall hang on lead screw driven linear positioners (custom jobby) for Z-axis movements and with left and right sway still possible.
Cleaning the mess
No loose standing vacuum cleaners to fall over. Should look at a central vacuum or some DIY solution where the vacuum bag and motor is outside, and only have 2 vacuum pipe sockets close to both CNC machines.
Damit yes, I’m a smoker and I know the damage it cause to myself and electronics.
The fan airflow for #1 is IN at the wall side and OUT at the table side, and
natural air movement into the room is from the space between #12 and #13.
So an extractor (again, motor should be outside) in the ceiling above the monitors / chair position should do the job of extracting polluted air and heat.