I’ve always wanted to make my own PCBs – and with a CNC machine, a few tool bits and a few pieces of software it’s actually a super fast and straightforward process! In this video, I show how I used Eagle and FlatCam to create an isolation-routed circuit board on the Sienci Mill One, complete with a milled-out contour and all holes drilled. Discuss this Video on the Forum Components used DSP boardDCDCAMP Tools used SienciBitsEngraverBrushless spindleMakita RouterCollet adapter Software used EagleFlatcam
If you want to 3D print really large parts, you have two options – either build a really large 3D printer with its own rigid frame or use the frame you already have: Your house! And that’s exactly what the Hangprinter is doing: It’s a fully featured frameless 3D printer that uses the room it’s set up in as a frame and suspends itself from the walls and ceiling with high-strength line.