I work for The Boeing Company and build 3D models from blueprints, program and run the parts so the Engineers can set set them on fire, run over them with a forklift, drag them around the parking lot, etc etc etc. Whatever they do to test them. I also had the opportunity to program and run some Guitar necks and bodies on a sweet Probotics Fireball CNC router. I would love to borrow one for some little projects I have and I live in Bothell Washington if anyone could help me out. I currently just bought a Foxalien 3018SE, but it needs more Z travel to work for me on this job. Have fun and I will post some stuff that I dreamed up.
I built a lot of one of a kind cabinets for Boeing jets in the past. Maybe I worked on one of the jets that had parts developed from your R&D job at Boeing.
I don't know if we have anyone near Bothell Washington with a Probotix but you might find someone with a different brand machine that would be willing to give you some shop time and mentorship. There might be a difference in the control software from machine to machine but basically they all run the same.
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