The Othermill: Custom Circuits at Your Fingertips by Otherfab (Adafruit is a backer)

The Othermill: Custom Circuits at Your Fingertips by Otherfab.

An easy to use, affordable, computer controlled mill. Take all your DIY projects further with custom circuits and precision machining. At Otherfab, we are interested in portable, accessible, computer-controlled machines, and how they can help us design our world. With the ability to make custom circuitry, we can now build our own smart objects – medicine bottles that email reminders, shoes that tell you how fast you went, and even glasses that know when you need to put on sunscreen. The Othermill is our contribution to custom circuit design and the desktop manufacturing revolution.

The Othermill is a portable, computer controlled, 3-axis mill that is specifically designed for use at home or in a small workspace. Our objective is to build a mill that is compact, clean, and quiet enough for use at home, yet is precise enough for high level electrical and mechanical prototyping work. The Othermill will be at home on your desk, in your workshop, or on your kitchen table.

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