Tom Suddard
Tom Suddard GRM+ Memberand Director of Marketing & Digital Assets
3/30/22 11:26 a.m.

Our series on helping every fabricator build better parts started with the basics: How to draw those parts, design them with a computer, and instruct a sub-$200 3D printer to bring them to life from plastic. Now it’s time to start cutting metal.

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Brotus7
Brotus7 Dork
3/30/22 1:24 p.m.

Hehe, did I hear someone say CNC crash?

Jokes aside, this is a great article series. I've been drooling at small CNC mills for a couple years.

Some forum members have had good luck with mail order custom machined parts, any chance of an article on those options?

 

Patientzero
Patientzero Dork
3/30/22 7:22 p.m.

In reply to Brotus7 :

I've designed and ordered from Xometry and Oshcut.  Both good to deal with.

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