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Here is a great sculpture of Wall-E. The post mentioned in the watermark has been modified to remove the picture of the Morpheus, a cnc shop in the states, from a design by some others in the UK. Not much info on this. The Morpheus site has no portfolio and is entirely run on flash.

How can you use CNC machines to make amazing physical representations of your dreams? Have you seen/made/commissioned something absolutely amazing lately?

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  1. Yamato says:

    Morpheus website has a quite annoying background sound and it’ll scare the crap out of you if your sound is up, and your gard is down:p

  2. Haryn De Leon says:

    Dear Makezine:
    Morpheus Prototypes is not responsible for the creation of this CNC wooden Wall-e. We feel it is important to give proper credit where credit is due and would appreciate if you researched and credited the actual creators. It seems that a few blog sites are all using the same information but Morpheus Prototypes involvement is incorrect and we graciously wish to be removed as its ‘maker.’
    Sincerely,
    Haryn De Leon
    Director of Marketing
    Morpheus Prototypes

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