jonniemac

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About jonniemac

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  • Birthday 01/03/1967

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    Rosemount, MN
  • What DNA product do you own or plan to buy?
    DNA200

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  1. Lol ... yeah ... been a long, crazy year! All of the parts for number 1 are sanded now so it's on to cerakote. Need to setup the new oven and then see if I can spray a decent coat on the parts.
  2. Just giving you a hard time Mike! You've seen me hacking away on this thing for a while now.
  3. Mr. Funny Guy ... Magic Mike! Lol
  4. The .IGES file imported fine. Thanks Nick!Want to start designing something for the 75 now that I'm getting somewhat close to wrapping up my latest DNA200 build.
  5. I do all of my CAD and CAM in Autodesk Fusion360 and don't have access to any version of Solidworks. Fusion360 is unable to import from the .sldprt files that were in the downloadable .zip file. Would it be possible for someone with Solidworks to export the files to .IGES and share them? It would be a big help.Thank you!
  6. jonniemac

    Let's see your 200's!

    Thanks! I started down the CNC path about a year ago by taking a 4 day class at Tormach. It is far more complicated and expensive than I ever imagined. After 8 months of owning the machine I finally feel like I'm making some good progress.
  7. jonniemac

    Let's see your 200's!

    Thanks! I got mine from a friend on ECF. The only place I've seen selling them is protovapor.
  8. jonniemac

    Let's see your 200's!

    Thanks! The buttons are machined from Kirinite which is an acrylic that is typically used for gun handles or knife scales. They make a bunch of interesting colors and patterns. The Evolv 510 is really nice ... but ... it can be a bit of a challenge installing the small inside snap ring.
  9. jonniemac

    Let's see your 200's!

    Don't think I've posted this one over here yet. Main body is machined from 6061 aluminum and then cerakoted graphite black. Buttons and side plates are sunspot pearl Kirinite. Uses the Evolv 510 connector and a Turnigy A-Spec 1300 mAh battery.
  10. jonniemac

    Let's see your 200's!

    That is fantastic, lovely work! Are you selling them?[/QUOTE]Thanks! I'm in the process of building some that will likely end up for sale. I've also thought about taking some custom orders which would allow the selection of various colors, materials and engraving. Haven't decided on pricing but there is no way I can compete on price with all of the cheap dna200 mods coming out of china. You can see the plans for the new builds in this photo album on Imgur.
  11. jonniemac

    Let's see your 200's!

    I finally got my split body DNA200 mod completed. Machined it at home in my garage on my Tormach PCNC770 from 6061 aluminum. All of the CAD and CAM were done in Autodesk Fusion360. The buttons and side plates are machined from damascus style M3 Mokume. Using the Turnigy Nano-Tech 1300 mAh battery and Evolv 510 connector. Huge photo album with lots of pics and information in the descriptions.
  12. jonniemac

    Let's see your 200's!

    Thanks @laadam and @scoopy ... this one didn't quite work out which is a shame with the time and money that went into it but more and better will be coming soon.
  13. jonniemac

    Let's see your 200's!

    Haven't posted over here ... and probably shouldn't now because my first mod isn't technically finished but thought some of you might like to take a look. Full photo album with all of the details of this attempted build ... next one will be good ... I hope!