Make-Shift-Do 2016

The theme of our event in 2016, was to demonstrate how a 3D printer can be used to print parts used in the construction of a CNC router.

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These large parts took several hours each to print.

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Close up of almost complete part being printed.

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A collection of parts after a week long session of printing.

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Assembly of the CNC router begins while more parts are being printed.

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Starting to take shape. More pictures will be added later when another batch of parts come off the printer.

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2 Responses to Make-Shift-Do 2016

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