Build a CNC Machine (A DIY Project Documented Via Video) by Jason Welsh

Introduction: Build a CNC Machine (A DIY Project Documented Via Video) by Jason Welsh

My project is to create a CNC machine from stuff found at your local hardware store. I am a teacher / artist / programmer / electronic junky that loves to work with real world materials to invent.  So in my DIY building adventures I decided to document creating a CNC machine via video. So I will be letting the video tell most of the story here.
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    AndreR136
    AndreR136

    Question 1 year ago on Introduction

    Hi Jason, I saw your most interesting video "Electroforming Brightener Glycol" in which you posed the question "does anyone know the formula for the commercial "MIDAS" product? I wonder, did you ever receive any replies? If so, I would be interested to hear of it - I have a friend making miniature engines. If not, do you know anyone with access to a HPLC (eg a university chem lab assistant, etc.)? They might be able to run a sample through to identify the constituents. Maybe there's a published patent for it? Cheers, Andre ROUSSEAU.

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    pintor
    pintor

    7 years ago on Introduction

    ecelentes videos, yo soy de Costa Rica y no se nada de programación ni electronica soy artista y me interesa el proyecto cree usted que yo pueda completar el proyecto con mi poco conocimiento, hay alguna guia en pdf, porque no la encuentro, me gustaría saber si los componentes que usó se pueden conseguir en cualquier país, muchas gracias por el proyecto lo felicito.
    Mariano Prado.

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    ProBodger
    ProBodger

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Brilliant, great series of video's, very easy to follow instructions, everything covered, fantastic instructable.