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{{Template:EquipmentPage |owner=ENTS |model=Craftex CT020N |serial=SERIAL NUMBER |arrived=DATE |doesitwork=works |contact=Renderman |where= |certification= No |hackable= No |value=$350 |itemphoto=[[File:CT020N_zoom.jpg]]}}<br>
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== Specifications ==
compiled against ulibc/dietlibc/musl wherever possible?
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Size: 4" - 34" Radial <br>
minimum install
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Motor: 1/2 HP <br>
slack pkg mgmt? (should at least inform user of requirements, documented somewhere in the package)
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Chuck: 5/8" <br>
modular kernel as much as possible
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Spindle: JT33 <br>
tcb shadow passwords, pam, blowfish encryption
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Spindle travel: 3 1/4" <br>
mariadb
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Table: 8 1/2" x 9" <br>
lvm, mdadm
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Speeds: 5 <br>
carp
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Height: 31 1/2" <br>
pkgsrc (ports?)
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Weight: 40 kg
smartd
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== Equipment Settings ==
nginx > apache
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Make sure to set the spindle speed to something appropriate for the size of drill bit and material you are drilling. For example, if you're using a 4" hole saw, don't use 3000 RPM.

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Drill Press 3 http://ents.ca/index.php/Drill_Press_3

[edit] General

  • Owner/Loaner: ENTS
  • Make/Model: Craftex CT020N
  • Usability: works
  • Contact: Renderman
  • Where:
  • Certification Needed: No
  • Hackable: No
  • Estimated Value: $350
  • Quantity: {{{Quantity}}}

[edit] Instructions

{{{Instructions}}}

[edit] Specifications

Size: 4" - 34" Radial
Motor: 1/2 HP
Chuck: 5/8"
Spindle: JT33
Spindle travel: 3 1/4"
Table: 8 1/2" x 9"
Speeds: 5
Height: 31 1/2"
Weight: 40 kg

[edit] Equipment Settings

Make sure to set the spindle speed to something appropriate for the size of drill bit and material you are drilling. For example, if you're using a 4" hole saw, don't use 3000 RPM.

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