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Thread: Some Machining Shizzle

  1. #161
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    kitatit some cool videos to watch

    5 axis cnc

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...for-your-deskt


    really interesting




    has factor tour




    if I had the money datron would be my machine of choice

    https://www.youtube.com/user/DatronCNC/videos


    I don't wear high heels, but if I did it would be these



    cool mini 5 axis cnc mill



    Eat Sleep Lase Repeat


    Aluminium Optic Mounts

    http://www.laser-man.co.uk/opticmounts/

  2. #162
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    That kickstarter 5 axis is a beautiful piece of kit, but I'd want a bigger machining envelope for that money so I wouldn't be buying new!

  3. #163
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    its only a toy at the end of the day
    Eat Sleep Lase Repeat


    Aluminium Optic Mounts

    http://www.laser-man.co.uk/opticmounts/

  4. #164
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    Yep that 5 axis machining the shoe was "the Sh-iiiiii-zzle!" This is the sort of material I need when doing a sales pitch to the sherif Actually my DRO can accept a probe and store coordinates to a USB thumb drive. A bit tedious and it's sure no laser scanning Faro arm but I'd like to try some fun experiments copying a shoes that fits and makings her some shoes via CNC millied Aluminium mounds and use them to make urethane cast shoe components. She's got tiny size 3 feet and it's almost impossible to buy her shoes.

    Thanks for the shizzltastic vids

  5. #165
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    Please do keep up the posts! I'm a new member and I haven't even had a chance to see introduce myself because I've been glued to your thread :-)

    I'm planning on usin the tormach at my local hackerspace to make some laser bits myself and it's been both educational and inspiring watching you apply new tools and techniques to your work.

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