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These pages contain a collection of CNC machine builds that are scattered far and wide across the web. This collection was compiled over several months and consists of over 80 different CNC builds.

As you go through them, you will notice that the build logs are in several different languages. This makes finding them using a typical single language Google search difficult, so even the most well traveled netizen is bound to find something new here.

The last page of this CNC build log collection is especially interesting. The pages linked there go to not one CNC build but several. Between the 82 CNC builds that I have found and the approximately 150 CNC builds available from the links on the last page, you are within just 3 clicks from accessing roughly 230 different CNC builds.

There is no chance that this list will ever be “finished”, so I will continue to add to it as time passes. If you have of a CNC build that isn’t here, you can send it in using the “Submit a Project” button at the top right. I’ll put it up as soon as I get the chance.

Also, you may also be interested in the Links to Free CNC Plans page. Many of the CNCs here are also featured there; however, the CNCs on that page have considerably more information available to those individuals who are interested in building their own. For that reason, they deserve their own page.

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We’ll start off with Jamie’s build at The Backyard Workshop. He has two actually. The first he built is here. The second is made from aluminum and is here. You should also check out the 4th axis he added to it.

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Here is another build which is located on this site’s forums. This one is by Travis. He designed his CNC from scratch and did a good job of documenting his learning experiences along the way. The link is here. He also has a blog here which has even more information on it.

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Here is a CNC build done by Brian in California. This one is based off of the design from buildyourcnc.com. The build itself is very well documented with a lot of attention to detail. I particularly like the Sketchup models. :)

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Next up is a build by a guy named Andrew Payne. His CNC is also mostly made from aluminum. He has a list of suppliers available along with the link to the plans he used to build it. Here is the link.

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This next CNC build is by a guy who goes by Glacial Wanderer. This looks almost identical to the above CNC build, so I’m assuming that they both followed the same set of plans. It looks like a very clean build. He gives a fair amount of detail into the CNC’s parts list which includes the suppliers and cost of each of the parts. Here is the link.

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Here is a pretty cool CNC called Valkyrie. This one is by a guy who goes by TinHead. The machine itself only cost 100$ to build and is apparently controlled by an Arduino. I’m curious as to how exactly how he managed that trick. Here is the link.

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This build is from a man who goes by the name of Ernest C. Marsh. His CNC is made from aluminum and has a rather interesting pulley system. The link to this CNC build is here. Also, check out his CNC plasma build as well.

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This build is from jonnyd whos CNC looks like it could survive at ground zero of a nuclear explosion! The link contains several videos of it in action.

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This next build is an instructable by Tom Mcguire. It’s a small CNC made from pipes. It’s a well documented build which has many followers. Here is the link to the instructable. Also, here is a link to another build based off of this CNC design written on this site’s forums. This one is by Davetech.

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Here is a very thorough build log located on a very awesome CNC site. Make sure to check out some of the other project pages while you’re there. They are most certainly worth a look.

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