SainSmart Genmitsu CNC Router 1810-PRO DIY Kitbrand: SainSmart SKU: CNC1810-NEW
Compact & Affordable
Our most affordable CNC Router Kit, the 1810-PRO boasts the same outstanding performance as the 3018, in a compact and affordable package. With an effective engraving area of 180 x 100 x 45 mm (7.1 x 3.9 x 1.8”), the Genmitsu can accommodate relatively small projects.
With an integrated mainboard and custom software, communication between the software and hardware is seamless by design.
The Genmitsu uses Grbl, high performance, open-source software for controlling movement, and runs on Arduino. Its dependability and simplicity make Grbl an industry standard, so there’s no lack of support and resources available when you get stuck.
Capable of cutting all types of plastics, woods, acrylics, PVCs, soft aluminum, and PCBs, the Genmitsu can be used on a wide range of projects and materials.
Assembly instructions are provided, but if you get stuck, check out the SainSmart wiki page or contact us with any questions that arise.
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The Genmitsu CNC
Designed for the absolute beginner, the Genmitsu is a great tool for starting CNC learning. If wood-working is your hobby, you can use it to add features like curved words and exquisite patterns. If you are a student just learning CNC, it can help you engrave models which you are coding and designing.
The Genmitsu is capable of cutting all types of plastics, soft aluminum, woods, acrylics, PVCs, and PCBs, and a wide range of other materials. The effective engraving depth is 1.8 inches. You will find the SainSmart Genmitsu is an excellent self-teaching tool which allows you to try your DIY ideas on an inexpensive platform without the risk of damaging expensive equipment.
The machine is quite neatly packed and it comes with an assembly instruction booklet.
You will feel the quality of its mechanical parts is excellent. The platform is quite sturdy, the lead screws are well made. It is pretty easy manually turning the screw to move the platform and the spindle around.
It’s built on Arduino and Grbl (both open source) support, tutorials, additional training, and new ideas to try are plentiful and easy to find elsewhere online.
Laser Module Available
If you are an experienced CNC engraving enthusiast looking for an upgrade, you can add the laser module kit to the machine. With this module, it can absolutely give you different ways to unleash your creativity. (Purchase here)
|Genmitsu 1810-PRO||Genmitsu 3018||Genmitsu 3018-PRO|
|Spindle||775 Motor||775 Motor||775 Motor|
|Supported For Windows XP/7/8/10||√||√||√|
|Software||Grbl v1.1/GrblControl(Candle)||Grbl v1.1/GrblControl(Candle)||Grbl v1.1/GrblControl(Candle)|
|Perfect For||Especially for PCBs, Plastics, Woods, Acrylics, PVCs, Soft Aluminum||Plastics, Woods, Acrylics, PVCs, Soft Aluminum, PCBs||Plastics, Woods, Acrylics, PVCs, Soft Aluminum, PCBs|
|Switchable to Laser Module?||√||√||√|
|Axis Bracket Material||PF + Aluminum||Aluminum||PF + Aluminum|
Designed with the absolute beginner in mind, the Genmitsu is an excellent self-teaching tool which allows you to try your ideas on an inexpensive platform without the risk of damaging expensive equipment. Since it’s built on Arduino and Grbl (both open source) support, tutorials, additional training, and new ideas to try are plentiful and easy to find elsewhere online.
- Effective Engraving Area: 180 x 100 x 45 mm(7.1 x 3.9 x 1.8”)
- Frame Size: 300 x 260 x 250 mm(11.8 x 10.2 x 9.8")
- Frame Material: Aluminum
- Axis Bracket Material: PF
- Z-Axis Component Material: Nylon
- Spindle: 775 motor, 12V, 3000 RPM; 24V, 7000 RPM; 36V, 9000 RPM
- Rated power: 60W; Maximum power: 120W
- Step Motor: 1.3 A, 12V, 0.25 Nm torque (2.2 in lb)
- Drill Bits: Tip 0.1 mm, 20 degrees, Diameter 3.175 mm
- Supported OS: Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
- Software: Grbl control(Candle)
- Power Supply: 24V/4.75A
- Laser engraving is possible by replacing the spindle with a laser head (not provided). Click here to buy laser head.
- Click here to purchase offline controller module for CNC router
WHAT'S IN THE PACKAGE
- 1x SainSmart Genmitsu CNC Router 1810-PRO DIY Kit
- 1x Extension Rod with ER11 Collet
- 4x Plate Clamp
- 10x CNC Router Bits
- 1x English Manual
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|Free Express Shipping||USA||USA Warehouse||3-5 Business Day||Free|
|Free Express Shipping||European Union||Germany Warehouse||3-5 Business Day||Free|
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CNC 1810-Pro DIT Kit
It was very easy to put together, but can't figure out how to use it. I wanted it to engrave name tags. No info on how to do that. I have looked all over the internet for a program. Can you please point me in the right direction, so this is not a dust collector.
First Time CNC User
I have never used a CNC router machine before and wasn't sure what to expect in complicity of use. My etching and drilling needs are small, so this small volume/footprint machine was a perfect solution, especially give its low cost. It took me a little time to get used to the GRBLControl software, which comes with the machine (e.g., setting up home and depth - Z-axis). But after a couple of tries I was making cool etchings that came with the software. I just need to figure out how to make my own G-code files now. I highly recommend this machine for beginners or those who don't need a large volume to work with. Great for making cool crafts!
What software do you guys use?
Answer: See the “software” document in the files section.
I’ve installed the driver and get no response or a message “port opened”, why?
Answer: If the keypad controller is plugged in the USB won’t work. Likewise if the USB is connected the keypad cannot be used. The control board can only communicate with one at a time.
Where do the 3 little sticky backed heat sinks go?
Answer: one on each of the stepper motor drivers(IC chips on the control board (just below each plug for stepper motors).
What bits are included with the 3018(1810) Pro?
Answer: Ten 20 degree 3.175mm v tip bits, all identical, Ideal for engraving. 1/8” shank bits will also work.
What size wrenches do I need to loosen/tighten the collet?
Answer: 17mm and 13mm
What Feeds and Speeds should I be running?
Answer: Depends. These will change with material being cut, bit type, bit size. This formula is a good place to start, and then adjust with experience. ChipLoad x CutterDiameter x NumberOfFlutes x SpindleSpeed = FeedRate · Chip load for 1/8 bits are different, start with .005 and adjust as needed. · Cutter Diameter and number of flutes depends on the bit selected. · Spindle speed on the 3018 Pro is not marked. I measured it to be around 8350 but varied from day to day (seamed to increase the more I ran the machine). In the woodpecker board default settings 1000 RPM = Max spindle speed. There is a document named “3018-Pro measured Spindle Speeds” uploaded to the files section of the Facebook “Sainsmart CNC router users group” showing the measured spindle speed during a cut with a V-bit for each 100 RPM of programming. There is also an excel federate calculator.
What is homing? Why would I want it? Can the 3018(1810) Pro support it?
Answer: Homing is where the spindle is returned automatically to its Home position (often the left front corner with the spindle all the way up, but there are other options always near the end of the axis). This is useful in aligning the bit to the work piece (by using tool path offsets), and for resetting the machine after problems or re-starts. Home can also facilitate bit changes. In order to use Homing the machine needs to have axis limits, the 3018 Pro did not come shipped with limits, but the woodpecker board and GRBL Control both support it. There is a document named “Touch Plate, E-stop. And limit mods” uploaded to the files section of the Facebook “Sainsmart CNC router users group” describing how to install limits, and more.