University of Waterloo Create Desktop CNC Machine

University of Waterloo Create Desktop CNC Machine

University of Waterloo Create Desktop CNC Machine

Sienci Labs is made up of a group of mechanical engineering students from the University of Waterloo who started developing low cost mechanical systems for rapid prototyping tools like 3D printers, laser cutters, and CNC machines. They took what they learned from their research and created a low cost, easy-to-use desktop CNC machine – The Sienci Mill One.
 
Sienci Mill One is perfect for people who would like to try CNC routing, but don't want to invest in a high end CNC machine. With the Sienci Mill One you can prototype on materials such as wood, plastic, foam, and soft metals.

The Sienci Mill One is a 3-axis desktop milling machine that turns your ideas into real objects. It comes as an easy to use, affordable package that focuses on simple design and user experience.
 
The Sienci Mill One uses a rotating cutting tool like a palm router or Dremel to robotically cut or engrave a wide variety of materials, leaving you with a 2D or a 3D object.

It's the most cost effective, easiest way to get into CNCing.

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Sunday, September 4, 2016