Nic Prangley

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STRETCH on the Millermatic 211 Auto-Set

Welding Cart Project Part 2

Welding Cart Project Part 3

Tormach unveils a truly capable desktop CNC machine

Following in the footsteps of recent desktop CNC (computer numerical control) machines like Carvey and X-Carve, the PCNC 440 mill is designed to fit …

How to Use Your Digital Calipers: 7 Tips

In order to take accurate measurements, it’s important to know how to use calipers properly. Digital calipers are your best friend when it comes to taking accurate measurements of small objects. For digital fabrication work (CNC mills, 3D Printers, CNC routers, and laser cutters) they’re downright …

Homebuilt (DIY) CNC router - Arduino based (GRBL)

Already for a few months or even years, I was planning to build my own CNC milling machine. Now I decided it was time to do it! I read a lot about …

Arduino

Free designs for a folded metal CNC and 3D printer!

In 2014 I designed a folded metal 3D printer, and with collaboration with Waleed Kahn, we also designed a folded metal CNC machine<p>The designs have …

A Home CNC Built By Someone Who Knows Their Stuff

[thisoldtony] has a nice shop in need of a CNC. We’re not certain what he does exactly, but we think he might be a machinist or an engineer. …

Printing

Teaching a CNC New Tricks

Computer Numeric Control technology has been around for a long time. It’s at the heart of our 3D printers, laser cutters / etchers and CNC milling …

The DIY CNC Machine You Must Know How To Build!

If you’re the type of person who likes to build things on your own, you know that the equipment needed to complete larger projects is dauntingly …

Woodworking

Cleaning up welds in sheet metal frames

Welding Fabrication Basics - Part 1