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Getting Started with CNC: Personal Digital Fabrication with Shapeoko and Other Computer-Controlled Routers (Make) by Maker Media, Inc

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Acquiring Started out with CNC is the definitive introduction to working with inexpensive desktop and benchtop CNCs, created by the creator of the popular open up hardware CNC, the Shapeoko. Accessible 3D printing introduced the masses to laptop-managed additive fabrication. But the flip aspect of that is subtractive fabrication: instead of adding substance to produce a shape like a 3D printer does, a CNC begins with a reliable piece of substance and will take away from it. Although inexpensive 3D printers can make excellent items with plastic, a CNC can carve very tough pieces out of a block of aluminum, wood, and other materials. This e-book handles the fundamentals of planning for--and working with--inexpensive ($500-$3000) CNCs.

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