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    Desktop cnc mill

    Thought I might share my newest project it a little CNC mill that you can make yourself. Ive posted the project on Instructables, hope you like it.

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    Thanks Liquidhandwash! I've added your Desktop CNC Mill to our CNC category, as well as to your builder page: Liquidhandwash's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    WOW THAT'S WAY COOL. :o)

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    Hi Liquidhandwash,

    An interesting and useful homemade tool! Your Desktop CNC Mill is the 'Tool of the Week'!

    You'll be receiving one of our official HomemadeTools.net T-shirts:

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    Let me know (via PM) your size, color choice, and mailing address. We'll get the shirt in the mail to you directly.

    Congrats!

    Ken

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    That is a great design and very cool tool. Also, thanks for the reference to Shapeways.com. I am finding more and more tool designers are using their fast 3D printer services for prototyping and making limit run parts.

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    This thread has been moved to the Must Read subforum. Congrats (and thanks) to Liquidhandwash for making such a valuable contribution!


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