Turn your ideas into a reality with the Sienci Mill One V3
The Mill One and it’s software works on any computer and connects using standard USB. The total machine volume is about 17” x 17” x 11 ⅞” (430mm x 430mm x 300mm) and has a respectable resolution of ±0.1mm.
– Laser cut, steel gantry plates for high rigidity
– Standard profile, extruded aluminum rails
– Delrin V wheels with variable eccentric nuts
– 4-start, 2mm pitch, 8mm diameter ACME lead screw for high torque and fast movement
– Solid coupler from motor to leadscrew
– Specialized high torque NEMA 17 stepper motors
– CNC routed MDF frame
– Mount for Ridgid R24012 and Makita RT0701C routers
– 24V, 110 Watt power supply
– Arduino board loaded with GRBL firmware
– Pololu A4988 stepper motor drivers on a CNC V3.0 HCARDU0086 Arduino Shield
– Ridgid R24012 router: has LED, runs at 20,000 – 30,000RPM at 1-½HP
– Anti-backlash kit retains accuracy of machine even after long-term wear and tear
– Collet adapter to use ⅛” inside 1/4″ router shaft
Our machine uses open-source hardware and firmware, letting users build and modify their machines. Not only that, nearly all of our components are standard and easy to source or 3D printable, making replacing parts easy.
The Mill One is proudly made in Canada in a way which supports local, growing businesses.
The Mill One has a 60 day warranty once it’s received.
We want you to have a great experience with your machine, so if any parts are found to be missing or damaged, please email us. We will ensure that you receive the support you need to restore your Mill One to operating condition, or provide a full or partial refund.
You may cancel an order if it has not shipped yet, please contact us if you wish to do so.
*We recommend the Ridgid and Makita routers due to their high performance and reliability
- Ridgid R24012 = 20,000 – 30,000RPM at 1-½HP (1118W)
- Makita RT0701C = 10,000 – 30,000RPM at 1-¼HP (932W)
Default* Max Travel Speed:
1800mm/min at ⅛ microstepping
*easily change these settings to suit your needs
Basic recommended feeds and speeds can be found here.