Here is a complete overview of all the machines made with the fabricatable machine making system so far.
These machines are recommended for reproduction
A small format (100x180mm) milling machine dedicated to milling circuit boards for rapid and easy fabrication of electronics! It was custom made as a trophy for Oslo Innovation Award 2018
A large format milling machine. This was first machine we made of equal size as the mother machine!
This Humphrey version is extra long, with a "bathtub" in the back for experimental milling.
This Humphrey was commissioned and assembled by the members of Makerspace in Brumunddal
This Humphrey was commissioned by Buene AS
Small format CNC mill, fast and furious
An extended version with a larger work are and all aluminum frame
This 3D printer version was custom made as a trophy for Oslo Innovation Award. All the axes and racks were milled from high quality black mdf. Super cheap and super fast to fabricate!
A beefed up version that can mill upside down and is suitable for educational environments
The fab Academy 2017 project of Jakob Nilsson. Can mill into objects much larger than itself
Experimental and retired machines
Good to study to learn what went wrong, or to help improve.
A gantry based machine with inline skatewheels in v-groves. The wooden construction was a success, but the inline skatewheels where not rigid enough
Multiple purpose machine by Fab Academy students at Fab Lab Digiscope
A gantry based CNC milling machine where a substantial amount of the parts can be fabricated on a CNC mill
CNC mill experiment from extra parts left after award plotter trophy. Became very precise, could easily mill pcbs for small SMD components
A pen plotter custom made as a trophy for Oslo Innovation Award 2017. Was started on stage by the crown princess of Norway with a push of a g-code starting button on the machine.
A laser cut lasercutter with corexy fishing line drive system
A milling machine hacked together at FAB12 China, from axes made during axes making workshop
A diode based laser cutter. First complete machine made with cnc friendly cycloid rack and pinion and plain bearings
On the drawing board or in early fabrication state. Feel very welcome to help develop these machines!
A plasma cutter with a work area of 2000mm x 1000mm
The baby version of humphrey. Parts are fabricated but not yet assembled and tested
A multiheaded 3D printer currently in development by Frikk Fossdal
A modular system for mega scale fabrication. Currently in sketching phase
formating ready made for copy and paste so we can add new content a little faster