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LEGO 3D Milling Machine – “3D Printer”

This model was developed by Arthur Sacek for ZOOM Education for Life via MAKE.

Ok, this is fantastic – LEGO should just bundle this up and make it a shipping a product.


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3 Comments

  1. Great project! I just want to mention that the term 3D printing usually refers to additive manufacturing and milling to subtractive. So yes – it is a milling process, but no – it is not 3D printing.

  2. It’s stuff like this that’s makes me wish I had taken school more seriously

  3. Great stuff!

    Just figuring out whether I’ve got enough rack bits to make one myself 🙂

    Well done!

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