Easy CNC conversion of a small mill Why not a 3D printer? I think a lot more people have 3D printers than CNC mills and they're great tools. There's a bit of an overlap with a mill, but they both have their strengths and weaknesses. Comparing a mill to a printer we broadly have: Gigabot 3D Printing: This is Huge! by re:3D Share this project Done Share Tweet Literary gold mine for CNC millers From 1976 to 1983, Popular Science magazine, along with the American Plywood Association, ran an annual plywood panel project design contest for its readership. Often the winning projects were items of furniture, but that was not a requirement. A potter’s kick wheel and a folding plywood boat are notable exceptions. The rules were simple: Apart from common fasteners, the entire project had to be constructed from one or more panels of plywood, cut to make most efficient use of the material. In 1984, these projects were collected, by original contest editor Alfred W.
Chessbot Hero Transforming Chess Set Carry your chess set to your next game in the coolest way possible. Description See illustration for assembly help:* Forming the head and body by sliding the queen's tab into the middle of the king and sliding down.* Form shoulders by sliding in the two flat bottomed pawns into the body.* Form feet and legs by mating two of the pawns base-to-base and attaching the knights to one end. Then join the legs to the body at the hips.* Form the arms by mating one pawn base-to-base with the rook, and the bishop to the pawn. (Detail lovers will make sure the fingers are in the right place.)
Mr Beam - a Portable Laser Cutter and Engraver Kit by Mr Beam Lasers With the Mr Beam kit, you can build your own laser cutter and engraver. Explore new ways to express your creativity: Cut your own designs from paper, adhesive foil (custom stickers!) or other materials with the power of light. Decorate surfaces like wood and leather and personalize your belongings with an engraving. Our main goal is to make laser cutters easy to use, portable and enjoyable for everyone!
Go Big or Go Home - 5 Tips for 3d Printing Large Models - Airwolf 3D Printers 3D Printing Large Models Requires a Unique Set of Tools. But Why? Why aren’t all 3D printers large? ReadyToCut - Vector Art for CNC - Free DXF Files ReadyToCut - Vector Art for CNC - Free DXF Files New Media Screenshot_20161223-202619
Delta Tower Let’s regard the Delta Tower as the Swiss approach to a delta-based 3D-printer. Designed towards simplicity in mind, engineered with high-quality parts makes the Delta Tower a great platform for heavy-duty printing. Featuring a maximum build height of 580 mm the machine offers dramatically more space for your ideas. Build volume: diameter 340 mm x height 560 mm. Make your own PCBs on an inexpensive desktop CNC mill Traditionally, there are two ways of hobbyists making custom PCBs: 1. Using toner transfer and chemical etchant -- can be tricky to get the right materials, and the chemicals are nasty and messy 2. Paying a service like BatchPCB or OshPark -- fairly inexpensive, but usually have to wait a long time, like two or three weeks. Milling them on a CNC is a quick way with a different set of pros and cons: The good: * Quick turnaround - don't have to wait days or weeks for it to ship * The mill does the drilling * No messy acid to deal with * Once you have good settings, the process is easily repeatable * Two sided boards are possibly slightly easier than with etched boards * Inexpensive - you're just paying for blank circuit boards which are a couple bucks each
Integrated 3D Visualization: Drones, Photogrammétry Tied To 3D Printing - 3D Visualization World Loïc Hussenet Published on 11 October 2014 France-based company Drones Imaging integrates UAV imagery with 3D printer technology. Based on photogrammetric approaches, the integration of drone gathered images results in the building of 3D printed models for use in applications that include mining, building models, public works and other infrastructure activities. □Smartcore – YouMagine.com 3D printer parts and enhancements A free software license that requires that all work based on this must also be free software as in freely remixable and sharable by anyone under the same license but may be used commercially. Learn more or download attribution tags
Print Something Today – gMax Printer 1.5 Introducing 2,560 cubic inch volume!New and improved design why gMax 1.5 The gMax 1.5 is a large build volume, high quality 3D printer that can be easily upgraded to fit our users wants and needs. DIY 3D Printing: DIY 3d printers made from wood Wood is very cheap. Wood is easy to obtain. Wood is easy to work with and many shaping technologies are available. It comes in many forms with different properties from flexibility to strength. It is renewable resource. It can be easily recycled. T MAX 2.0 3D Printer Kit Home» 3d Printer » T MAX 2.0 3D Printer Kit Introducing the “T MAX 2.0″ 3D Printer T MAX 2.0 Features 640 cu.in.