Sorry, I don’t seem to have permission to delete this post, so marking it as sold.
Hi folks, I’ve decided to pass along my Nomad 883 Pro. $1600 CAD
Excellent condition, very little use. I’ve moved on to a full size CNC machine and would like to find a good home for this Nomad. This will be a cash-only sale, with pick-up at my residence in North Vancouver, BC. No shipping at this time, but if a local sale doesn’t happen then I’ll update the post.
If you are not familiar with this unit, please research online to ensure it will meet your needs; here are videos of some projects:
Carbide 3D - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/carbide3d/search?query=nomad
Good example of a 4 sided figurine: https://youtu.be/IQ3dzFRZlKM?t=222
Make your own Lego™ blocks: https://youtu.be/t89ZrclySZo?t=90
Flip Jig making Fan Blade: https://youtu.be/aa6AC4nMZwM
The Carbide3D forum also has a “Nomad” specific section: https://community.carbide3d.com/c/nomad
I’ve included a large number and variety of new endmills (cutting bits), and some sample materials. Includes both a MDF and an Aluminum fixture plate, various studs and flange nuts for fixturing, a vice, and also 2 flip-jigs for making double-sided parts and figurines, jewelry, etc.
This is a video of my specific machine to show it in working order, and also the automated tool length probe (shot Apr 3 3021) : https://youtu.be/VkA0VuugMUk
- CNC machine, USB and power cables, Internal LED task light
- 9 ea 0.063” Ballnose endmill and 9 ea 0.063” Square endmill
- 11 ea 0.125” Ballnose endmill and 11 ea 0.125” Square endmill
- 0.125” Long Flute endmill
- 2ea MicroMark miniature Fly Cutters for facing materials
- 2ea Flip-Jigs for easily indexing double-sided parts
- 1ea Vice
- 3a Collet Spindle nuts and a nice selection of metric and imperial collets in common sizes
- Build Volume: 8 in x 8 in x 3 in.
- Max Speed (X,Y): 100 in/min.
- Max Speed (Z): 50 in/min.
- Mechanical Resolution: 0.0005 in.
- Mechanical Repeatability: 0.0015 in.
- Mechanical Accuracy: 0.005 in/ft.
- Spindle Power: 70 watt
- Spindle Speed: 2000 - 10000 RPM
You can email me directly if you are interested: warrensbrain at shaw dot ca