Mini-cnc workshop

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Mini-cnc workshop
[[Has description::The who-what-how questions surrounding the [CNC_Router], that was created by FabLab Gent, but this incarnation was built by Voidwarranties members]]
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From 2012/02/10 08:00:00 PM
to 2012/02/10 10:00:00 PM
Presenters (3):
Lieven Standaert (TimeLab, Fablab Gent), User:Ivom
Attendees (9):
Kefcom, Yashiko, Warddr, Alex, Yvanj, Yvanj, Yvanj, Yvanj, Jobj
Type:
Workshop
Category:
Crafting
Location:
Den Bunker

Herrystraat 22, Deurne, Belgium

Cost:
0


Agenda points

De basiszaken rond de CNC_Router milling bot wordt uit de doeken gedaan door Lieven Standaert.

Je kan hieraan deelnemen zonder achtergrondkennis. Er gaan meerder machines aanwezig zijn waarmee je kan leren werken. Tevens staan ook verscheidene softwares ter beschikking om uit te proberen.

Lieven Standaert is one of the designers who made the open-source miniCNC. He's currently working at Erasmus Hogeschool, running the student workshop there, where he gets to play with extra-large german milling machines and a chinese lasercutter. The small mill he designed is still his cutest one though. On the evening of the 10th, Lieven will come and discuss the ideas and concepts behind DIY CNC-machines, on his experiences in developing these and where he sees his project going.

One of his machines is currently being built at Voidwarranties. By the time of the workshop it should be up and running. Lieven will bring his own machines, so everyone gets a chance to play around with the controls and try out the machines.

The people at Voiwwarranties want to use the machine to mill their own PCB's, so that's what we're going to try that evening.

On the agenda are:

Meeting notes

Join note taking during the meeting: http://piratepad.be/p/VoidWarranties



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