Sunday, February 1, 2009

Final Pictures



Hi Every one this was long overdue, the proyect was completed last July. And has since be closed and the machine donated to EAFIT the local university where we build it. I uploaded a bunch of pictures to my picasa acconut. here is the link:

Picasa public album and my facebook group for open source CNC

Plus there as some cool video in youtube



And a slide show


video






9 comments:

fenn said...

let's see it cut some metal

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keith said...

Its a nice site images are good, very simple shop nice corner though..keep it up..

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Stephanie said...

Looks like an incredible cnc milling machine. I love the neon green. Awesome that you donated it to the univeristy as well!

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