Jigsolve: X-Carve to the rescue
This has been on the backburner for too long, sitting in a corner and taunting me with it’s unfinished business. The problem is not the suction nozzle or the camera or the code – it’s the janky gantry I built, partly to save money and partly to learn about CoreXY systems.
Business is good and the money is there, so I’ve purchased an Inventables X-Carve machine. Once it arrives I’ll mount the suction nozzle instead of a cutter and run the system like that. Later when the thrill of jigsolving is gone I’ll repurpose the X-Carve as a traditional CNC machine.
More when the X-Carve assembly happens.