The BIG Horizontal Milling Machine Project | Part 2 | Machine Teardown Time

5 apr 2021
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We are continuing the BIG Horizontal Milling Machine Project! This project is converting our 2nd hand Toshiba twin pallet horizontal CNC milling machine into a manual machine. It's going to be a massive project that will take some time be sure to subscribe so you don't miss the ongoing project videos! This video is part 2 and we are tearing down and removing lots of parts off the machine that are in the way and not necessary for the finished project. We teardown all the machines guarding and doors, remove the twin pallet changer, remove the computer electronics box, remove the hydraulic system and a lot of the electronic wiring. The machine has now lost a lot of weight and looks completely different! Subscribe and stayed tuned for Part 3.
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  • Hey viewers thanks for watching part 2 of the big horizontal milling machine project! That teardown happened quicker than we expected and now the machine looks totally different. I'm sure there are a few of you shaking your heads wondering WTF I'm doing, just hold my beer 🍺🤣👍 and stay tuned for Part 3 😎👍 Subscribe and hit the bell icon to turn on notifications so you don't miss our weekly uploads. 👇 🤳 Follow us online here: Instagram instagram.com/cutting_edge_engineering Facebook facebook.com/cuttingedgeengineeringaustralia/

    Cutting Edge Engineering AustraliaCutting Edge Engineering Australia17 dagar sedan
    • Animo esta batalla la ganas

      jorge francesjorge frances14 dagar sedan
    • my left ear enjoyed this vid ty

      Joseph TJoseph T14 dagar sedan
    • What I wonder is whether you work with others or alone other than the brilliant camera woman? We never see anyone else.... Also, keep the drive boards for the motors - I've built converted & modified a few CNCs and the drive boards are expensive or a bitch to find. Old machines like that use a 0-10v signal, so they are easy to reuse. Might have to solder some power to them if they were plugged into a backplane, but that is unusual at this high power.

      ck mck m15 dagar sedan
    • Nope. I don't wonder what your doing. You got what amounts to a nice horizontal boring mill with a power rotary table for close to scrap price (probably). Makes perfect sense to me.

      Alex CliftonAlex Clifton15 dagar sedan
    • sometimes the audio/noise sounds a bit crazy. its weird to hear but it was the same on other accounts too. maybe its the SEworld-internet- something which caused it.

      from the dark side of the moonfrom the dark side of the moon16 dagar sedan
  • I hate watching a video, being excited to immediately click to watch the next part, check the date of upload and realize there isn’t a next part yet.

    Nathan JamesNathan James14 timmar sedan
  • I think, if you have all the motors and hydraulic that drives that machine, it would be just about 2k to make it run again as CNC using Linuxcnc and some Mesa Cards.

    Juergen GnossJuergen GnossDag sedan
  • Kudos for the ambitious project, but coming up with a dexterous manual control system for it seems like it will be a big job. If the original design of the machine was such that it was a manual design with a CNC system grafted onto it it might be easier, but looking at it it doesn't strike me that that is the case. Anyway good luck with it and will follow with interest. I am also cursed with the tendency to want to re-purpose equipment to do things it wasn't made to do. Cheers

    Nigel BealNigel BealDag sedan
  • i was watching thinking, man this guy is a machine, cool as ice....then starting @ 17:48...yup, that's about right...

    colorblind monochromatechcolorblind monochromatechDag sedan
  • where is part 3?..

    Restu MubarakRestu Mubarak2 dagar sedan
  • can I be your employee?..👍👍👍👊👊👊

    Restu MubarakRestu Mubarak2 dagar sedan
  • Первое действие - добыть техническую документацию, второе - добыть специалиста который умеет работать с документацией, третье отремонтировать станок.

    Maximus _Maximus _2 dagar sedan
  • Где видюхи и асики? Сарказм.

    AlexAlex3 dagar sedan
  • Esperando el siguiente capitulo. Saludos!

    FJ SRFJ SR4 dagar sedan
  • cool project. cant wait for the end result

    MclayneMclayne4 dagar sedan
  • 👍👍

    Scruffy 61Scruffy 614 dagar sedan
  • I hope you got it cheap! Lol !!

    outbackladasoutbackladas5 dagar sedan
  • You found the original problem. It was that red wire! :)

    Mikel HallMikel Hall6 dagar sedan
  • I admire you. Respect from Poland

    Bajo JajoBajo Jajo7 dagar sedan
  • @11:32 - as a lover of old computers, I can spot a Motorola CPU at a mile off.. I wonder which one it is? Looks like a 68020 or 68030 from a distance :)

    Aaron Builds AAaron Builds A7 dagar sedan
  • you will know this machine like the back of your hand when your done

    bmxscapebmxscape7 dagar sedan
  • Kurtis Subscribe with anticipation for final result of the Toshiba BMC 63E Horizontal machining center when it's fired_up in manual form!

    Ivan KroloIvan Krolo9 dagar sedan
  • Watching this is better than NETFLIX! Kurtis subscribe with anticipation for final result of the Toshiba BMC 63E Horizontal machining center when it fires_up in manual form!

    Ivan KroloIvan Krolo9 dagar sedan
  • Buenos videos!

    FJ SRFJ SR10 dagar sedan
  • Could you not just go somewhere and ask for forgiveness😂😂😂all jokes aside can’t wait to see how this turns out looking for a big horizontal boring machine that’s an option for sure never even taught of it few dro and bobs your aunt

    rigney engrigney eng10 dagar sedan
  • The bloopers are the best lol.

    Justin SnyderJustin Snyder10 dagar sedan
  • Hey mate, where can you get one of those blue magnet things you were using?

    Tony PayneTony Payne11 dagar sedan
  • The saying, "they just don't make them like that anymore comes to mind".

    HKRXPRSHKRXPRS11 dagar sedan
  • love the last 3 minutes

    Darrin BerndtDarrin Berndt11 dagar sedan
  • Love where you're going with this machine. I think running DRO/PLC and power feed is a great idea. Full old CNC control would probably just get in the way of your kind of work.

    tansit2344tansit234411 dagar sedan
  • I'm very interested if you can get the machine reassembled. Do you have any plans or a good memory?

    robby cgnrobby cgn12 dagar sedan
  • camera girl , thanks for your time

    龍道龍道12 dagar sedan
  • Эта мастерская Ваша личная?

    Perfect DayPerfect Day12 dagar sedan
  • Как называется этот прибор для сбора металлической стружки?

    Perfect DayPerfect Day12 dagar sedan
  • do you guys sell merch? id love a hat or a shirt.

    Steven BeuteSteven Beute12 dagar sedan
  • Приятно смотреть как работают другие🙂

    Сергей ЯкушевСергей Якушев13 dagar sedan
  • Were did you get the slick magnetic tool to remove chips from the mill? RJA

    bogartaspenbogartaspen13 dagar sedan
  • Kurtis; what's your dog's name?

    Andrew KoetzAndrew Koetz13 dagar sedan
  • Love the dog; he adds comic relief; other than your own outtakes at the tail end.

    Andrew KoetzAndrew Koetz13 dagar sedan
  • So Curtis does all the dirty work and Carl does the easy stuff?

    Unca JimUnca Jim13 dagar sedan
  • Glad you find something like "a Machine" inside this giant "thing". Maintaining such a machine must be a hell of a job, but as you mentioned in part one, the reason why the previous owner sold it. Good luck on the next part of this process.

    Jos DaalmansJos Daalmans13 dagar sedan
  • Zapowiadają się ciekawe filmy

    a harta hart14 dagar sedan
  • Thought you gone give up.

    786otto786otto14 dagar sedan
  • Big problems big hammer

    Harry ThaarupHarry Thaarup14 dagar sedan
  • Hey Kurtis, greetings from Texas! Love your videos, and seeing how you tackle these jobs. I was curious however if you would do a shop tour in the future?

    AFierce0neAFierce0ne14 dagar sedan
  • Holy Crap. Complex piece of machinery. I still can't even visualize how it works.

    John ShaftJohn Shaft14 dagar sedan
  • I think the axis motors are commutated by the cnc control and not by the drives which are just power to the motors? The control relies on the encoders to get the firing angle for the brushless servos. I think it if they are Mitsubishi encoders they are specific to the controller and can't be matched to an intelligent drive.

    Arrow Racing ProductsArrow Racing Products14 dagar sedan
  • These things are really quite simple.

    Decontee SawyerDecontee Sawyer14 dagar sedan
  • When in doubt, bang on it!

    CSchwadCSchwad14 dagar sedan
  • The dogs balls. 😂

    stokefire7stokefire714 dagar sedan
  • The last 5 min of the video is pure gold lol

    Doug ADoug A14 dagar sedan
  • You just need TWO tools to dismantle this machine : adjustable wrenches and a Fenwick ;-) Starting weight : 18 tons. Final weight :1 1/2 ton. I wonder howold is this machine? looking at the controler ICs, I'd say 1980. Need a lot of patience to unscrew all the cables and not cutting them at once! Keep up the good work! We're looking forward to see what it looks like at the end. Congrats from France.

    SonomaniaqueSonomaniaque14 dagar sedan
  • I want that magnetic chip extractor.

    Kemontae FisherKemontae Fisher14 dagar sedan
  • Awesome effort Kurtis, that machine looks more like a beast with the covers off, lookin forward to the next vid, see it coming closer to life again :-) Have an awesome week mate, cheers.

    Ian BeggIan Begg14 dagar sedan
  • That magnetic chip cleaner is a handy doo-dad. wonder if it works with aluminum too? hahaha bad machinist joke-not sorry Can you imagine, it took you this long just to disassemble it but it took 6-12 weeks for a full team on guys just to assemble it.

    Steve DickersonSteve Dickerson14 dagar sedan
  • Hi Kurtis, Well done with the strip down. I hope you remember where those blue and red wires go?🤣 Only joking mate, chill out and have a beer and looking forward to part 3.👍

    Mark TMark T14 dagar sedan
  • Kurtis Kurtis......

    Rich1abRich1ab14 dagar sedan
  • Why would anyone downvote this? Two hard working individuals with an awesome dog providing content to armchair machinists/mechanics.!

    Rich1abRich1ab14 dagar sedan
  • Wow, nice project dude! K-flop motion controller would fit perfectly for retrofitting this machine...

    Burning Diesel ProductionBurning Diesel Production14 dagar sedan
  • Mad genius!

    Rich1abRich1ab14 dagar sedan
  • Wow,what a project. I'd enjoy looking at the electrical prints for that beast,retired electrician,worked at the trade 42 years. Better stuff to come on this beast for sure,keep up with the great videos,the camera tech does great job. Love the dog,such a sweetie.

    James ButtlemanJames Buttleman15 dagar sedan
  • Tienes dos huevos como dos catedrales.

    Yo UnoYo Uno15 dagar sedan
  • So I'm guessing by the direction you're going that you're obviously stripping off the stuff you don't need, and the stuff that's years out of date, in the aim of rebuilding a frankenstein machine out of the guts? I presume also therefore that you'll be upgrading the controls to something a bit newer, once you've figured out what drives what. Are the motors that do everything electronic, or hydraulic? Looks like a fun project!

    Alex ThrelfallAlex Threlfall15 dagar sedan
  • Looking forward to part three already ,Thanks for posting the strip down .

    maurice levymaurice levy15 dagar sedan
  • Its so great to that the owner has maintained this machine so well!

    Vivid ViralsVivid Virals15 dagar sedan
  • Fascinating project! Keep it ahead no matter what people say to down it or you. Every man needs, sometime in his life, beeing so valient to cut the wire from the flux capacitor. Best luck to you and yours. Stay safe and have fun. Greetings from Spain.

    Carlos TapaCarlos Tapa15 dagar sedan
  • Great to see the parallel tyned crane in operation 🤣🤣🤣

    Ian MorrisIan Morris15 dagar sedan
  • You need to get yourself a Rastall miners wrench, much easier to bash things with.

    schw3rtschw3rt15 dagar sedan
  • I have some familiarity with CNC machinery. Its hard to imagine what all those hydraulic hoses and wires are for??

    bignordiquebignordique15 dagar sedan
  • Good lord mate, how the hell do you know how to do all this work? I'd stop by and give you a hand but I live 12,000 miles away....

    NightForce 1NightForce 115 dagar sedan
  • these bloopers are the highlight of my day, not sure what that says for my day but these are epic! "these do have a point" lol awesome "flux capacitor" lol

    Nick MasseyNick Massey15 dagar sedan
  • Good Job Kurtis!

    Archi .GorskiArchi .Gorski15 dagar sedan
  • I love the videography and editing as much as the machining. You both are so talented.

    Joel RJoel R15 dagar sedan
  • Will you have to do anything with the software? I would’ve thought there’s a lot of interlocks that will need removing before going to ‘full manual’ control?

    Nigel BaxterNigel Baxter15 dagar sedan
  • seworld.info/will/mKGXtLLUZqCYzmA/video.see after 8.30 minutes, how to use milling machine by a man that do it for hobby after his real job

    nikos xoisnikos xois15 dagar sedan
  • great use of the spanner as a thumb detector :)

    JayJay15 dagar sedan
  • What do you call that magnetic dildo ?

    Ash CAsh C15 dagar sedan
  • How many bananas did that cost when it was new😲?

    cat637dcat637d15 dagar sedan
  • Por el amor de dios, denle agua fría a ese perro.

    Luis!¡! EnriqueLuis!¡! Enrique15 dagar sedan
  • We would love to know if it is possible for you to send a photo of the team ... We are curious to know what the person must be like Behind the camera

    Ibrateck Serviços de ManutençãoIbrateck Serviços de Manutenção15 dagar sedan
    • Because I accompany you be the beginning

      Ibrateck Serviços de ManutençãoIbrateck Serviços de Manutenção15 dagar sedan
  • Hey Kurtis, I see you have some nice weather now. Honey, you wanna pass me the hydrospanner.....no, no the other one. 🤣 Nothing like tearing something apart.....now where did that go again?? 🤣

    Jeremy MatthiesJeremy Matthies15 dagar sedan
  • Where can I buy a Cutting Edge Engineering hat?

    FuquarProductionsFuquarProductions15 dagar sedan
  • On stuff like this you need to put the bloopers in the body of the show. Hilarious and really this isn't a How-to show. Keep it up

    Marc DupontMarc Dupont15 dagar sedan
  • Love this channel. You’re so lucky to have a misses that has a good sense of humor. You two seem to be a wonderful match to each other. Thanks for the wonderful content.

    Jim BobJim Bob15 dagar sedan
  • How about one of those cee beer coozies or a hat

    Jimmy StuckeyJimmy Stuckey15 dagar sedan
  • PUFFF Menuda obra , menos mal que tienes al ingeniero de 4 patas ayudándote si no estarias perdido🤣🤣🤣 EXCELENTE MAESTRO GRACIAS POR ENSEÑARLO : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) : - ) ......................./:.:.:.:.:.| ......................|;.;.;.;.;./ ......................|.;.;.;.;.| ............._,,,,,_.).;.;.;.;.| .........,,-":.:.:.:."~-,;.;.;.| ........(_,,,,---,,_:.:.);.;.;..",, ......,-":.:.:.:.:.""-,,/;.;.;.;.;.", .....(:.__,,,,,,,,,___);.;.;.;.;.;| ...../"":.:.:.:.:.:.:¯""\;.;.;.;.;.," ....\",__,,,,,,,,,,,__/;;;;;;;;;/\ .....\.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.);;;;;;;;;/:\ .......\,,,,,---~~~~;;;;;;;;,"::::\ .........."""~~--,,,,,,,,,,-"::::::::::\ ( ͡~ ͜ʖ ͡°)

    ARAR15 dagar sedan
  • The suspense is killing me

    Harold NeelyHarold Neely15 dagar sedan
  • The nut sack on the safety dog tho

    danny crawforddanny crawford15 dagar sedan
  • Well nice disassembly video . Still trying to figure where you arw going. Nice chip magnet! Where did you find that?

    Tony RifkinTony Rifkin15 dagar sedan
  • I’m wandering. Looking forto next part.

    Eduardo Rosales AEduardo Rosales A15 dagar sedan
  • Hope you have a photographic memory. As I've been watching I've been mentally taking notes on what goes where. I would love to have a project like that.

    RazsterRazster15 dagar sedan
  • See there's your problems, someone removed the flux capacitor

    TheEnchilada KidTheEnchilada Kid15 dagar sedan
  • Did all the other employees refuse to join Actors Equity and do a bit of moonlighting? We only ever see just yourself... LOL!

    Ian BeeIan Bee15 dagar sedan
    • No other employees mate

      Cutting Edge Engineering AustraliaCutting Edge Engineering Australia15 dagar sedan
  • This is getting increasingly interesting ,its like watching an Australian Painter.

    Nicholas CNicholas C15 dagar sedan
  • Awesome! I am looking forward to this build!! Keep up the awesome videos!

    Lee KollarLee Kollar15 dagar sedan
  • Half day well spent by the look of the machine now. Bonus free clamp in the swarf auger as well? Looking forward to see where you go with it now you've ditched the confuser part.

    Mr NickMr Nick15 dagar sedan
  • Unboxing done the Australian style!

    Ulrik KaulUlrik Kaul15 dagar sedan
  • What is the Safety Guys' name? The lil guy in the green vest...

    Bj ShockBj Shock16 dagar sedan
  • And not a gas axe or grinder in sight, yet... 🤣

    Sid WainhouseSid Wainhouse16 dagar sedan
  • The dog knows that you have to have big nuts in a heavy engineering shop !

    Bob GreenBob Green16 dagar sedan
  • For Carl it is really simple machine. Well done 👍 😆

    Sebastian BiernackiSebastian Biernacki16 dagar sedan
  • Ребята вы молодцы! Не останавливаться. Кёртис, выпендрёжник и это хорошо. Успехов вам!

    Bogdan KorchinskyBogdan Korchinsky16 dagar sedan
  • All the way up to the bloopers, there was me thinking look as Kurtis he knows what he is doing, then it was bang crash and oh I'll snip that, we wont need that later on. Has Homeless been working out, he's looking very dapper in his high vis tabard. Cannot wait for the putting together parts, have a great week.

    Simon TravisSimon Travis16 dagar sedan
  • with all the wires and hoses I would feel like in a aliens/robot movies and everything wants to kill me!😨😂😂😂

    from the dark side of the moonfrom the dark side of the moon16 dagar sedan
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