CNCShop CNC Router Engraving Machine Engraver Machine 6040Z 3 Axis Desktop Wood Carving Tools Artwork Milling Woodworking with 1.5kw VFD (6040Z 3 Axis)

CNC Router 6040Z Engraving Machine Carving Tools Machine

Description:

This 6040 CNC router machine is a miniature version of mobile longmen structure of carving machine and suitable for Industry, Technology Research, Advertising Design, Arts Creation, Teaching, Student Project and Hobby Purposes.

Technical Parameters:

Max. thickness of the materials:large than or equal to 100mm

Max. workpiece dimension:750mm*450mm

Work table dimension:750mm*480mm*20mm

Driving units X/Y/Z axis:1605 trapezoidal screws

Sliding units X axis:Dia.16 mm chrome plate shafts

Sliding units Yaxis:Dia.20mm chrome plate shafts

Sliding units Z axis:Dia.13mm chrome plate shafts

Frame materials:6061 and 6063 Industrial aluminum

Stepping motor type:57 two-phase 3A,super-low noise

Spindle motor: new 0.8KW water cooling spindle,24000RPM

Principal axis collet:ER11/3.175 collet

Spindle speed:24000rpm/min

Empty line speed:0-4000mm/min

Resetting accuracy:0.05mm

Engraving accuracy: better than 0.04mm

Spindle precision: radial runout less than or equal to 0.03mm

Carving speed:0-2500mm/min

Package List:

1× Engraving machine; 1× Control box; 1× Parallel cable; 1× Power cable; 1× Tool box and tools ; 3× Axis motors ; 1× 1.5KW inverter; 2× Connect wires

Note:

It does not support the notebook, and you should get a Desk-top PC with parallel ports in windows XP/2000 system for this machine.

Woodworking 80A Portable edge bander banding machine Running speed With 5m/min, Power supply 220V/50-60HZ 110V/50HZ

Introduction:
Woodworking portableedge bander machine with speed control model Fit for plate straight and arc irregular borders edge job.The portable edge bander supports all types of banding materials, suitable for all frame shapes, allows banding for a wide range of lengths, widths and thicknesses. Reliable components and light weight efficient quality at an affordable price.

Features:
Safe and reliable: All the electronic components pass CE and CQC certification standards.
Temperature control automatically controls heat to reach set temperatures.
Speed control can adjust banding speed to work at your pace.

Model 80A
Mini diameter of Arc to band(mm) 40mm
Running speed 5m/min
Thickness of banding Tape 0.3-3mm
Width of banding Tape 10-45mm
Vol. of Glue- Melting Tank 200G
Sharp of work piece straight irregular
Working Temperature 120-180 degree
Engine’s power 15W
Total power 765W
Power supply 220V/50-60HZ 110V/50HZ
Gross Weight (kg) 15
Machine size (mm) 380×330×380

Package include:
1* Portable edge bander
2*open-end wrench
3*Hexagon Head Cap wrench
3*spare electric tube
1*spare adjustable wrench
1*spare switch
2*Spare fuses
1*spare transformer
1*stand
1* manual
It not fit for edge banding has glue on it already.

the shipment will be arranged in 2-5 working days and it takes another 4-8 working days to reach you.

It is brand new and is in US warehouse, can be sent very soon .One buyer bought it but find it does not fit his edge banding that has glue on it already , so it was sent back to the warehouse. If you do mind that, please do not buy it . if you have any other question please freely contact with us by email or message

Jet 708580 JBM-5 1/2 Horsepower Bench Mortiser

Mortising has never been easier or more accurate. Model JBM-5 JET Benchtop Mortiser features include: powerful 1/2 HP TEFC 1725 RPM motor for solid performance and trouble free operation, heavy-duty cast iron and steel construction for durability and stability, three jaw drill chuck with extended chuck key for ease of positive grip on mortise drill bit. Rack and pinion head raising and lowering allows for positive drilling control. Two hinged side doors to allow for complete drill chuck access. Removable safety toggle switch for prevention of accidental turn on 1/2″ max. mortise chisel capacity. 4-3/4″ head stroke. Includes free 1/4″, 3/8″ and 1/2″ chisel and bit sets.

Making Authentic Craftsman Furniture: Instructions and Plans for 62 Projects (Dover Woodworking)

Rejecting the “badly constructed, over-ornate, meaningless” furniture of the late Victorian period, architect, furniture designer and manufacturer Gustav Stickley developed a radical new design concept that stressed careful workmanship, simplicity, and utility. His important monthly magazine The Craftsman (1901–16) published construction plans for his distinctly American furniture.
The 62 simple, straightforward projects reprinted here — exquisite examples of Stickley’s classic designs — first appeared in The Craftsman between 1903 and 1907. Included are projects large and small enough to satisfy the household needs and creative urges of any woodworker. Make authentic reproductions of handsome, functional, sturdy Craftsman home furnishings from bookcases to bedsteads, dressers to dining tables, a hall tree, a foot rest, a wood-box and more — future family heirlooms that will stand the test of time both in durability and in clean, elegant purity of line. Each project includes Stickley’s original information for woodworkers of the early 1900s: a perspective drawing of the completed piece; a brief description of the item with suggestions for appropriate choices of wood; a “mill bill” giving complete lumber specifications; and schematic drawings showing both front and side views with accurate measurements.
All woodworkers, even beginners, will delight in this collection of genuine Stickley plans for 62 of the finest, most desirable pieces of Craftsman or “mission-style” furniture. Antique collectors, furniture restorers, and historians of American style also will appreciate the detailed information on an influential design movement enjoying a resurgence in popularity.

How to avoid the devious Google Docs phishing frenzy hitting Gmail users everywhere

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A phishing attack has recently started showing up in the inbox of Gmail users, attempting to convince them that one of their contacts is sharing a Google Doc with them. The attack is especially heinous, as the shared link appears to come from a known contact—maybe even someone you email regularly.

Upon opening the email, the user is informed that someone wants to share a Google Doc with them and that “Google Docs” is requesting permission to read, send, and delete emails, as well as manage their contacts. The user is presented with buttons that say Allow and Deny.

Once a user clicks on the fraudulent Allow link, they will be redirected to a Google account sign in page. If you sign in, the attack will then spam your entire contact list with the same phishing email, although it is unclear what the intent of the attack is just yet.

SEE: Information security incident reporting policy (Tech Pro Research)

Despite the purpose of this attack, it is important to note that once you sign in through the fraudulent link, attacks have access to your credentials. This means they’ll be able to sign into your Gmail account and any other online account that OAuths through your Google account.

One way of determining whether or not an email you received was part of the scam is to look at who it is addressed to. The scam emails are often addressed to hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh@mailinator.com, with other addresses copied on.

If you believe may have accidentally clicked the link, it’s important that you immediately change your password for your Google account, and any online accounts where you may have used the same password. Users can also access their account permissions here, and remove permissions for “Google Docs,” which is the fraudulent service introduced by the email.

If you haven’t opened the email, Google recommended in a tweet that you simply report it as spam. In an official statement, Google said that it has officially removed the offending account, but it recommends that affected users still perform a security checkup.

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In light of the attack, Google also gave the Gmail on Android app a boost in its ability to alert users to potential phishing attacks. Gmail users on Android will now be presented with a red warning if they click on a link that the system determines is some sort of forgery.

The 3 big takeaways for TechRepublic readers

  1. A new phishing attack recently targeted Gmail users with a fake Google Docs link, requiring them to sign in to their Google account.
  2. While Google has removed the offending account, affected users should still remove the fake Google Docs app from their permissions.
  3. Gmail for Android also got a new alert feature to warn users of potential phishing scams in their email.

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