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Question: What is return policy

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You can return any product within 30 days. There is a 10% restocking fee associated with this return.

The return policy is stated on the terms of use for the website: https://www.buildyourcnc.com/terms.aspx

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  • What is the return policy?

    You can return any product within 30 days. There is a 10% restocking fee associated with this return.

    The return policy is stated on the terms of use for the website: https://www.buildyourcnc.com/terms.aspx

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  • WHAT IS FOCAL LENGTH

    The lens is 20mm wide and a 50.6mm focal length (the one included). This lens will stand up to at least 30PSI air assist.

    The mirrors are 25mm wide mirrors.

    Focal length is the distance from the lens to the material for the laser converge into the best focal point. If a lens is listed as 2". You measure 2" from the lens to the material, this will be the tightest point the laser can go before it starts to re-expand again losing focus.

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  • WHAT IS CNC MACHINE?

    A CNC machine is basically a computer controlled high precision tool that is able to make intricate movements accurately and repeatedly. Our machines use common routers and spindles to mill, cut, engrave and shape materials in automated machining operations.

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  • What is a #8 screw?

    A #8 nut is a nut that is used as a pair with a #8 screw to mechanically fasten parts together that contain holes just larger than the #8 screw size.

    The #1 to #12 designations are not the easiest to understand as they don't specifically inform of their size. The thread diameter of the #8 screw is .16" (the major diameter measured from the crest of the thread, not the diameter measured from the root of the thread). The minor diameter measured from the root of the thread would most closely match the inside diameter of the nut.

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  • WHAT IS "BACKLASH"

    Backlash is a term used to describe the looseness in a mechanical system. Backlash can occur anywhere in a machine, but is generally emphasized at the nut and lead screw connection. If the nut threading doesn't perfectly match the lead screw thread, there will be a wiggle, or play between both the screw and nut. This is backlash. Backlash can also be located in the motor bearings, coupling (connecting a shaft or lead screw to the motor shaft), collars not being hard against the bearing, or temperature change that causes various materials to expand or contract, making the connections loosened.

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  • what is your name?

    My name is "The Brain!!"

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  • What is backlash?

    Backlash is a term used to describe the looseness in a mechanical system. Backlash can occur anywhere in a machine, but is generally emphasized at the nut and lead screw connection. If the nut threading doesn't perfectly match the lead screw thread, there will be a wiggle, or play between both the screw and nut. This is backlash. Backlash can also be located in the motor bearings, coupling (connecting a shaft or lead screw to the motor shaft), collars not being hard against the bearing, or temperature change that causes various materials to expand or contract, making the connections loosened.

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  • what is the meaning of life?

    To be able to fabricate everything, including children!

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  • What is your favorite music?

    The brain likes to hear Drumm and Bass (DnB).

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  • what is the largest machine?

    The largest machine we have is the greenBull cnc machine. There are two sizes for this machine, but the largest width is 6 feet and is intended to have 12 feet of travel length.

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  • What is on the combo #1 dvd?

    For the combo DVD there is 2 packages as seen on the website(https://www.buildyourcnc.com/cnckitintro.aspx) and on the DVD and plan combo you only get the plans and the DVD. However the combo with the hardware you will receive the Plans and Assembly DVD.

    Screws:
    #8 or #10 Screws 2" in length- 12
    1/4" diameter - Pan Head
    1" - 12
    1 1/2" - 6
    2" - 20
    3" - 8
    1/4" Diameter - Angled Head 1" - 16
    Bolts:
    1/4" Diameter
    1" - 10
    1 1/2" - 6
    2" - 28
    5/16" - Diameter
    3/4" - 24
    Nuts:
    #8 or #10 - 36
    1/4" - 30
    5/16" - 24
    1/2" - 15 (13 TPI Allthread Compatible, not ACME Precision)
    Cross dowels - 52
    Mechanical:
    Couplings 1/4" to 1/2" with center bunas - 3
    Bearings 1/2" Inside Diameter - 6
    Bearings 5/16" Inside Diameter - 24
    Aluminum Angles to serve as bearing trucks - 6

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  • what is a #8 nut

    A #8 nut is a nut that is used as a pair with a #8 screw to mechanically fasten parts together that contain holes just larger than the #8 screw size.

    The #1 to #12 designations are not the easiest to understand as they don't specifically inform of their size. The thread diameter of the #8 screw is .16" (the major diameter measured from the crest of the thread, not the diameter measured from the root of the thread). The minor diameter measured from the root of the thread would most closely match the inside diameter of the nut.

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  • what is the blacktoe machine?

    The blacktoe machine is the one shown here: http://www.buildyourcnc.com/Item/cnc-machine-blacktoe-v4-2x4

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  • what is the main board itself

    The USB is only used for powering the parallel breakout board.

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  • WHAT IS KERF?

    Kerf is the cutting width from the lasers beam. This will change in width depending on your power level, higher power will increase your kerf width. This is usually around 0.15mm for a 40w laser using a 2" lens

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  • What is tDCS?

    Transcranial direct current stimulation

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  • WHAT IS PI?

    Approximately 3.1415927

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  • WHAT PART OF A CELL IS DNA FOUND?

    Nucleus is the organelle of a living cell DNA is found.

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  • WHAT IS THE LEAD TIME FOR REDFROG?

    You can expect a two week lead time for the redFrog pick and place machine.

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