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Badog CNC the choice of Switzerland schools and government bodies

Thank you to the swiss schools and government organizations who support 40% of our entire payrole!!

Finally after 6 years and hundreds of machines, in 2014-15 40% of our sales at Badog CNC came from the top schools and government agencies in Switzerland. Schools like EPFL, HESSO, L’ecole de Metiers, Switezrland forestry, Prison Centrale Fribourg and l’ecole d’ingineures have learned to trust the name Badog CNC. In a world filled cheap Chinese imports and over the counter kits or diy CNC milling machines made out of wood it is always nice to see local business being supported by the schools and government agencies instead of importing or buying interne.

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The new adjustable Badog anti-backlash nuts and blocks history

Since a 2009 ago we have introduced and been using anti-backlash nuts and bearings as options on many of our products and, in turn, have eliminated the need for ball screws and belts altogether on our Badog X brand of machine router. We have been well aware at the beginning that the trapezoidal axis was not the first choice in drive (movement) in order to guarantee a precise CNC machine. We have tried many systems over the years but each drive system had its own unique problem that contributed to in precision. The 2 original options of the ball screw and belts were quickly found to be unusable if we wanted to Assure a rigid machine without free play and still save our customers money in the process. We had to find a solution reliable and secure.

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Mach3 is powerful software but it is not without its problems. Here is a case where the settings of the mach3 panel didn’t want to cooperate with the physical settings of the machine. Occasionally there could be some unforeseen problems that we have never seen before like the Mach3 calibration that doesn’t match the physical dimensions of the screw. When this happens we will have to calibrate the axes correctly but manually to eliminate conversion or hardware errors.

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