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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-26-2013, 04:53 AM Thread Starter
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Nothing to do with routers or does it?

Hmmmm I seen a similar project with trucks in Japan. The German model seem more accurate. Still Hmmmmmmm Maybe the I-Pad to control the router, if any kickback occurs you can be standing at a safe distance.

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Steve,

why not directly use a CNC router, encapsuled, with computer desk a little off?
You wouldn't have to wait those decade(s) mentioned - just toss some money at it and there you are already today.

Though, personally, in either way, car or router, I'm happy to still have hands-on feeling.
(Which should not minimize the CNC routers qualities where it is best at)

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Steve,

Though, personally, in either way, car or router, I'm happy to still have hands-on feeling.
(Which should not minimize the CNC routers qualities where it is best at)

Martin
I hear you, thats putting too much control in our lives. It started back with automatic transmissions; they took the fun out of driving (unless you are in a 90min stop-and-go traffic jam). I wonder how many people can still heel-toe downshift into a corner? Better yet I wonder how many people know that term?

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