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You can see the stainless steel panels a little better here as well as the interior shelves.
The led system is 12 volt and runs off a small battery pack by the computer.
The monitor uses a gas strut similar to the ones used to open the trunk or hood of your car. The white box on the lower left is where I bring the power to the cart. I use a double male pigtail to hook into the cord reel.
This is the back side of the cart with the shop vac that will hook into the dust boot. As well as the Vacuum pump and the additional vacuum chambers made out of ABS pipe. Those will be used for vacuum hold down applications.
You can see the Kreg clamps on the table those have come in very handy both during the build and for the first few items we milled.
You can see a little deeper into the back side of the cart. There is PVC pipe running from the shop vac up to the top of the table for the chip vac hose. The shelf on this side was much needed. The build has barely started and almost all of the storage space if full.
So what’s next. We are starting on doing some actual cutting. We saw a great You tube video form Donek Tools about building your own Vacuum hold down table for use with a CNC router.
We liked the idea so much we decided to build one of our own. Here is a picture of the start. Look for more photos and info soon.
In the mean time check out the table that Donek Tools made. Click on the link below to go to the you tube video.