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Default 3-axis Lego CNC mill

--Kinda neat, eh? http://jwstolk.xs4all.nl/millp.htm

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Default 3-axis Lego CNC mill

Heh...I like the tape for connections and the bar offcut used as a
counterweight best.

I wish I had that much free time on my hands

Koz (who's now pondering how you would add a 4th axis in legos)

steamer wrote:

--Kinda neat, eh? http://jwstolk.xs4all.nl/millp.htm




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Default 3-axis Lego CNC mill

Now for a real free time project how about this Rubik cibe solver in
lego, machine vision and all.

http://jpbrown.i8.com/cubesolver.html

Koz wrote:

Heh...I like the tape for connections and the bar offcut used as a
counterweight best.

I wish I had that much free time on my hands

Koz (who's now pondering how you would add a 4th axis in legos)

steamer wrote:

--Kinda neat, eh? http://jwstolk.xs4all.nl/millp.htm





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Default 3-axis Lego CNC mill

Koz wrote:
Heh...I like the tape for connections and the bar offcut used as a
counterweight best.

I wish I had that much free time on my hands

Koz (who's now pondering how you would add a 4th axis in legos)

steamer wrote:

--Kinda neat, eh? http://jwstolk.xs4all.nl/millp.htm





How about five axis lego?

http://www.ozbricks.com/bobfay/om4.htm

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Steve Walker wrote:
: How about five axis lego?

: http://www.ozbricks.com/bobfay/om4.htm
--Wow!! Neat! :-)

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Hacking the Trailing Edge! : stulta superstitione...
http://www.nmpproducts.com/intro.htm
---Decks a-wash in a sea of words---
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