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Old 28th April 2009, 08:06 PM   #1
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For Sale:

A Professional 2-Axis PCB Milling Table.

A fast prototyping equipment made by the German company LPKF.
This is one of their old models: HI-P 101 Automill

It is a 2-axis milling table with pneumatic tool-change, capable of holding up to 7 different mills and/or drills. It is supplied with a plastic cover to reduce noise and dust production. It can handle 2-sided PCB boards with sizes up to approx. 20cm x 30cm

For operating this machine you will require a proper vacuum equipment for dust removal, pressurized air (6 - 8 bar) for tool change, 230V grid power, and a computer running the LPKF proprietary software. The software is based on Windows 3.11 or Early Windows 95 machines. The drills and mills need to be HSS type, with 3mm shaft. I am not sure, but it could be that LPKF still sells these on their website.

- Software, manuals, software licence and parallel port dongle are included.
- PC hardware and drills are not included.

The hardware seems to work normally. Control with the front-end buttons works normally, and addressing of reference points works. The trick is to set up the communication with the PC. I have not been able to make this work, and this is why I am selling it off.

Anyone interested is invited to make an offer via the forum or email. I will take cash or bank transfers, or if absolutely nescessary paypal.

Note that the whole thing is considerably large and heavy... I suppose shipping is possible, and I am willing to help you arrange but do take into account significant shipping cost. I suppose the best way is to come over here and pick it up for yourself.

Attached is a picture of the milling table.

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Bakmeel
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Here is a picture of the front-end hardware.
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Old 28th April 2009, 08:15 PM   #3
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Ah, and before I forget,

The whole thing comes with a suitable industrial table.

In this picture you can see the dust cover sitting on the floor, and the also included tool-press that is used to push gripping-rings on the drills and mills.
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