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  1. Since there are multiple Workbee variants, this guide won't mention profile and lead screw lengths for the X and Y axis, as these vary. Instead, the guide will refer to each profile and lead screw by the names described on the table. You may want to label/group these parts right now to prevent assembly mistakes and make your job easier. Lead Screw
    • Since there are multiple Workbee variants, this guide won't mention profile and lead screw lengths for the X and Y axis, as these vary. Instead, the guide will refer to each profile and lead screw by the names described on the table. You may want to label/group these parts right now to prevent assembly mistakes and make your job easier.

    • Lead Screw

    • 2040 Profile

    • 2080 Profile

    • C-Beam Profile

  2. Use this table to understand what size table and what size Spoiler board you will need for your specific machine variant.
    • Use this table to understand what size table and what size Spoiler board you will need for your specific machine variant.

    • Maximum material thickness (for 12mm thick Spoilerboard): 94mm

    • Maximum cutting depth (for 12mm thick Spoilerboard): 47mm

    • Machine size is equal to the C-Beam extrusions lengths that make up the frame. Your variant is named according to these sizes.

    • Working area is the maximum workable area.

    • Spoilerboard size is the maximum size of the spoilerboard.

    • Footprint is equal to the minimum table size that is required for the WorkBee to sit on.

    • The WorkBee requires a physical volume which is greater than the footprint. This is the overall machine volume. This is equal to the minimum physical space which is needed.

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