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.





These large parts took several hours each to print.


Close up of almost complete part being printed.


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


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


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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