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rajeevcool7557 months ago

Nice stuffs. Good instructable. :)

I love automation stuffs. Thanks for following me on this.

Shankari15627 months ago

Thanks for following me.

jthomson30007 months ago

Great Instructable. Thanks for sharing.

Pantheranat207 months ago

Nice articles. Thanks for sharing with us.!!

danialbell57 months ago

Web controlled servo robots are playing very important role in coming generation. Great Post buddy. Thank you for following me.

I Like you Instructable for the # Axis CNC. I was just browsing the web, and happened upon it. I would like to ask, that you check out the company I work for, as our pricing and product seem to be a bit better than the source you have mentioned. Our site is and just a quick check told me that our parallel breakout board is half the price, and an additional 2 axis, than the one you have linked from Check us out, and maybe you will find more things we offer that you will be interested in, and or like to share with people. Thank you and have a great day.
gmjhowe5 years ago
 Hey, I saw you at the makers faire, its a shame that you feel badly about the pro stuff. Perhaps it might help you if I explained a bit about how/why the decision was made, and how instructables could still be a great place to show off the amazing stuff you guys do.
I assume you are making money with the laser cutter. Insanely high capital cost, but it pays for itself, assuming you have a market.
I believe he won his laser cutter on instructables.
javajini5 years ago
Love your projects, especially the one on Open Manufacturing. I love my Arduino and am building a home-brew robot based on it. You've convinced me that I've got to get a laser cutter (or access to one anyway). Thanks for sharing your inspiration and innovation.
froggyman6 years ago
you really like using adruino, dont you.
ewilhelm7 years ago
Thanks for sharing your project, and welcome to Instructables!

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