Hacker Camp Shenzhen volume 4 was a huge success! It seemed like half the hackers were playing with CNC mills of some sort.
On the second day of camp I spent an awesome afternoon brainstorming CNC PCB making with Drew and hunting Depu market for copper clad, rivets and other parts. We also had the amazing minds of Alden and Ash providing guidance, both are involved with early reader Ril3y’s Tiny G Code interpreter and other motion control projects.
Two days ago we ordered a CNC3020 whilst at BBQ place late at night. It cost 3200 rmb all in, $530, and arrived in under 48 hours. Sjaak, Simon, and I are assembling it now and will post an update later today.