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DIY Desktop CNC with an Arduino

Posted on Wednesday, August 31st, 2016 in Arduino, DIY by DP

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Bob Davis has been working on rebuilding his DIY CNC machine:

I have been busy rebuilding my DIY CNC machine. It will be all metal when I get done. It will also include a USB interface, likely an Arduino. None of my computers have a parallel port these days. So something has to be done to resolve that issue.
This first picture is the new metal parts all drilled and ready for assembly. Well maybe ready to be filed so they can be assembled…..

More details at Bob Davis’ blog.

Check out the videos after the break.

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