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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-02-2015, 07:40 AM Thread Starter
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Thot this mite b interesting at least to some...enjoy.


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I'm not sure where that would belong either. It's not exactly a CNC but it sure is neat the way it works. Any details on the tool he used?

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I'm not sure where that would belong either. It's not exactly a CNC but it sure is neat the way it works. Any details on the tool he used?
Appears to be a computer controlled hand operated concept tool, available sometime next year. No pricing is available.

Neat concept, but the price point will probably out of the reach of the average hobbyist.

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All I know is I want one !
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Me too, Rick. That is awesome. Just thinking of the possibilities.

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There goes the insulation project! It will probably be more then the cost of what you really DO need.

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Now that is something I would love to play with! What a neat concept!

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There goes the insulation project! It will probably be more then the cost of what you really DO need.
Yes I've been told more than once that I need to get my priorities in order . A few woman I think also made that same statement . Go figure

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That's really cool.

If you look at their site most of these folks are from MIT (1 has his phd from there) or they worked as engineers on the Google Glass project. Some real brainiacs in this group.
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