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CNC Milling CNC Router

Milling is the machining process of using rotary cutters to remove material[1] from a workpiece advancing (or feeding) in a direction at an angle with the axis of the tool.[2][3] It covers a wide variety of different operations and machines, on scales from small individual parts to large, heavy-duty gang milling operations. 312 more words

Rotary Indexer

I recently bought Sherline P/N 8700, “CNC Rotary Indexer”. It consists of three units. The first is the standard 4 inch rotary table, but with a stepper motor attached. 171 more words

Milling

Colorful Nutritious Rice “Nutryrice”


Nutryrice is functional, colorful and nutritional rice, made by using the year’s new crop of 100% organic rice in a very clean system with certification of organic food processing. 155 more words

Special Report

Milling... DONE!

Last week Josh finished the last of the almost 900 boards he has milled for building our wooden tapered yurt.

The mill first appeared here back in November of 2012, a means to make use of the spruce trees we cut down to make a clearing to live in.   533 more words

Wood

Halftone Photo made on a CNC Handibot

After surfing the web I came across a cool CNC routed photograph that I really wanted to make. At first I was suggested to use Photo VCarve, a vectric software, to convert the photo to a component and then mill it out. 265 more words

FabLab

Bridgeport® Series I Knee Mill Frequently Asked Questions

As the OEM of the world’s most popular knee mill, Hardinge understands how much your equipment means to you.  Together, the Hardinge customer service and technical support groups have compiled a list of some of the questions we are commonly asked by customers.  339 more words

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Arduino Workshops

As part of the first year module SPD105 Digital Manufacturing, a group of our students are learning how to use the open-source, electronics programming platform, … 402 more words

BA Sustainable Product Design