Wanna work with one of our columnists and make medically-related equipment?

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Want to make medical type equipment? Charles Platt, a section editor and contributor to Make, needs help in his very small business designing and fabricating prototypes of innovative medically-related equipment. He can pay up to $35/hour for an independent contractor who can set his/her own hours and may work some of the time from his own home/garage if she/he wishes. Soldering, cutting, shaping, and finishing are necessary skills. Must be able to follow a plan. Tig welding ability would be helpful but not essential. Platt’s workshop is in Rancho Cucamonga, California. Contact him at helpfulcorp@gmail.com with specific examples of things you have built.

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