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Learn how to build your own massive 3D-printed CNC router

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — November 3rd, 2021 3D printers are very popular in the maker community and CNC machines complement them well. While 3D printers fabricate parts by adding material over time, CNC mills and routers fabricate parts by subtracting material. That is preferable when working with large parts or when you require a lot of […]

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Make a mini CNC drawing machine

Reading Time: < 1 minute Make a mini CNC drawing machine Arduino Team — January 21st, 2019 For an easy plotter design that you can build with only simple hand tools, be sure to check out this tiny project from Mr Innovative. The machine features a pair of stepper and lead screw assemblies to maneuver a pen in an X/Y […]

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A carbon fiber bike filament winder controlled by Arduino

Reading Time: < 1 minute A carbon fiber bike filament winder controlled by Arduino Arduino Team — January 18th, 2019 Bryan Kevan wanted to build his own bicycle, but wasn’t satisfied with purchasing a frame—or even ready-made tubing. He instead chose to create the frame from raw strands of carbon fiber.  The overall bike build is shown here, which necessitated […]

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Convert a Dremel tool into an Arduino-controlled CNC machine

Reading Time: 2 minutes Convert a Dremel tool into an Arduino-controlled CNC machine Arduino Team — November 26th, 2018 3D printers get most of the attention in maker-fabrication news, but other computerized tools, like laser cutters and CNC routers, can also be extremely useful. In fact, Nikodem Bartnik decided to create his own Dremel-based machine constructed out of 3D-printed […]

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Customize your coffee cups with the Mug-O-Matic!

Reading Time: 2 minutes Customize your coffee cups with the Mug-O-Matic! Arduino Team — November 25th, 2018 In order to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers, Michael Graham (AKA EngineerDog) has come up with a robot that automatically draws on coffee mugs with a marker—and potentially much more.  In its nominal configuration, the Mug-O-Matic is controlled by […]