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5axismaker Multi-fabricator: Mill, Scan, Print, Spray & Cut

5axismaker Multi-fabricator: Mill, Scan, Print, Spray & Cut
We’ve seen a couple of compact machines that can print, scan or mill objects.¬†Fedor Gridnev and Elena Gaidar want to raise the bar for affordable workshop machines with the 5axismaker. It’s a 5-axis milling machine,…
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Nomad CNC Mill Turns Desktops into Workshops

Nomad CNC Mill Turns Desktops into Workshops
A company called Carbide3D claims it has developed a CNC mill that’s as compact and user-friendly as the latest consumer-grade 3D printers. The company’s Nomad 883 will be sold fully assembled and connects to computers via…
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The Desktop Manufacturing Revolution

The Desktop Manufacturing Revolution
Perhaps the most exciting area of technological growth for the early 21st century is in the realm of machines which make it fast, inexpensive and easy for anyone to create physical objects. Devices such as 3D printers, laser cutters, tabletop milling machines and other computer-controlled manufacturing tools are now within reach of small business entrepreneurs and hobbyists, and are headed towards the consumer market as well.
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FABtotum 3D Printer, Scanner and Milling Machine: One Stop Shop

FABtotum 3D Printer, Scanner and Milling Machine: One Stop Shop
Meet the descendant of the all-in-one scanner, copier, printer and fax machine. The FABtotum Personal Fabricator lets you print, scan and mill objects in just one compact device. Think of it as the Dremel tool for…
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iModela 3D Milling Machine Creates Tiny Figures on Your Desktop

iModela 3D Milling Machine Creates Tiny Figures on Your Desktop
3D printers and mills are finally getting to the point where regular Joes can afford them, so it’s only natural that they start by targeting them at kids. Japanese company Roland DG has announced a tiny…
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5-Axis Milling Machine Carves Helmet from Block of Solid Aluminum

5-Axis Milling Machine Carves Helmet from Block of Solid Aluminum
I’ll start out by saying that this video has been floating around for a couple of years now, but it’s the first time I’ve seen it and thought it would be worth sharing for those of…
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