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REPLICATING THE FUNCTIONALITY OF AN INDUSTRIAL LASER CUTTER ON A LOW-COST HOME-BUILT SYSTEM

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REPLICATING THE FUNCTIONALITY OF AN INDUSTRIAL LASER CUTTER ON A LOW-COST HOME-BUILT SYSTEM (PDF). Thanks Freddie!

I have just got the results from this project I submitted as an A-Level project in the UK and got an A* for it, so though I would share it here!


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3 Comments

  1. Anyone know what CNC machine he’s using as a base?

  2. At first I thought it was the DIYLILCNC v1 that was demonstrated at Siggraph a few years ago but he said it is a MIT based system. Anyway, the DIYLILCNC is opensource and they just released plans for v1.0.2 over at http://diylilcnc.org/ You can also buy kits from them.

  3. Hey
    I am actually using a self built base from the following Instructables article: http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Make-a-Three-Axis-CNC-Machine-Cheaply-and-/
    Thanks for your comments on my article!
    Fred

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