CNC Rotary Table Final Video

Here it is, the build and then finally a video of it in action:


Steve Ward has detailed his CNC divider in more detail on his website: www.worldofward.net  There you can download the hex code, manual and PCB, plus much more in terms of details and explanations.

Finally, last one on here now until I get some videos of it in action but I have finally mounted it to the wall. It is on removable brackets so can come off quickly if needed.

The picture shows it mounted next to my mill. Sorry about the background, the ladders in the background are the old redundant ladders down to the coal bunker, now workshop.

Sure, I could tart it up a bit but it does its job 100% and it works great. It also had enough torque to actually mill on the rotation. If any of you can put the electronics together or find someone who can for you, then it is certainly a worthy project and pretty easy!


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7 responses to “CNC Rotary Table Final Video”

  1. Brian says:

    Speechless at the moment.

  2. admin says:

    Cheers Brian – if you fancy something similar just give me a shout.

  3. Mark Perry says:

    Amazing build – I bet I could make the circuit but I couldn`t programme the chip, any possibility I could have one sent? This looks amazing – I want one!!

  4. Gijs01 says:


    looks pretty good. Like to build one myself. Is there a possibility that you send me a pcb?


  5. Dale says:

    I could go for a PCB and PIC too.

  6. John says:

    Hi John, sorry, did you get sorted?

    Hello. Hope you can help? I bought this kit from Steve about 2 yrs ago. I am absolutely rubbish at electronics and don’t know why i bother.
    A friend got it sorted out for me,and the display did what it should have done although the motor wasn’t connected at that time.Under his instruction I have connected the motor (8 wire) into the driver socket and feel confident that that’s ok.
    The project was shelved until now. I’ve got a box for it and decided to see if I could get it to work. Big mistake. I’m confused about the 24v and the 5v side of things and how they connect to whatever they are supposed to.
    I can get the screen to light up but no writing on it on 5v. On 24v ,,, nothing. I think I’ve bggrd it?
    Could you point me to some photos or simple instructions as to how the psu’s etc connect up.
    Thanks ever so much if you can help.

  7. Raynerd says:

    Hi John, did you get sorted? Email me at chris@raynerd.co.ukPEAR (remove the fruit)

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