For what it’s worth - I assembled my new table and hacked into the Vipercut 30 in about 5 hours. The aluminum spacers are a clever idea. Beautiful design, good work guys. My kit included laptop, stand, and tank. I was probably about the last of group 1.
Downloading Mach 3 and finding your configure XML and DLL plugin was quick, though I’m familiar with it. Fired up and jogged right away. I wonder if they’d let you distribute the bundle.
Comments: the “which leg goes where” was a little confusing - he doesn’t say, but I suspect the hole groups won’t let you get it wrong. Matching dots might help.
Opening up the Vipercut30 wasn’t obvious; took a minute. Great little unit though. They really out to present a trigger input on the face.
Test cutting today on 120 volts - trying to guess where it’ll pop a breaker. It would be nice to see some baseline params on the reference page. I’m cutting 1/8" mild steel at Amps=4 (~40%), pressure=60psi, feedrate F20. Beautiful cut edge, but dross under.
It would also be nice to see some Gcode and other tech info on the reference page.
Mods: I’d stabilize the cable off the X motor - it’ll fatigue where it enters the motor. Easy upgrade to 33" with “L” shaped stanchion plates - a drawing for that and a source for a screw would be helpful. Laptop stand conflicts a bit with the arm. Minor things - this machine is very, very well executed. I’m a fan.