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I am in 3rd year of building 3d metal printer.

CNC based on linuxcnc.org.

metal depositor mig welder.

student from one university work on it as a capstone project.

that student mostly looks more like children.

they all left. no interest if this 3d metal will work or no.

need alter -modify logical controller that regulate work of the CNC machine and the mig welder.

logic- program written in C language and used Visual Studio 2015.

i am looking some one with who knows electrical engineering and programming in C- language, to corroborate to finish project and eventually deliver working 3d metal printer.

i am willing to open my code- experience.

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