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Nick Santillan wrote in to share his collapsible wooden 3-axis CNC machine. He decided to make the machine portable because he didn’t have a permanent space to use, and needed to be able to move it easily. Though he certainly isn’t the first to design such a machine, I do really like the fact that it has an open working surface, which allows it to work on pieces that wouldn’t fit in a standard machine. It seems like it could be fun to stick down on top of tables or other furniture and engrave patterns directly into them.


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  1. riverreaper says:

    could you amp it to carve in the snow?

  2. sburlappp says:

    This seems like an ideal way to add inlaid details to an existing hardwood floor.

  3. Shred Services says:

    cool stuff. I just love your cnc. Good work, guys.

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