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Touch DRO on an Axminster ZX25 (Rong Fu RF25)
I actually did my mill first - and as it turned out so well, I did my lathe as well. Smile

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Z-Axis is mounted on plate that sits under the machine name plate, and is attached to the depth stop arm.

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Y-Axis is mounted to the mill in such a way that the scale moves, not the head - so it's not dragging the cable when the table moves

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And the X-Axis. The readhead sits behind the auto stop for my shop built power feed.

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The interface is mounted on the wall to one side of the mill.

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There is a tach sensor on the mill, but it's not very easy to see - it's a similar setup to the lathe where the sensor is in the head casting, but in this case it's pointing up toward the quill fully sheave, and there's 4 rare earth magnets glued to the underside of it.
very similar path i took

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X is hidden under some alu angle, I added the power feed stops since.

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the Y is on the side with a Z stock with a rubber flap.

My Z is very similar, I have a tach to add next

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