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3d printing materials and resolution

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Posted · 3d printing materials and resolution

Are at the point we wnat to dive in!

we cnc'd a grizzly g0704 mill about 3 years ago...we use Alibre (now Geomagic Design) w Mecsoft 4 axis CAM

3d printing is really at the pint where we are excited about jumping in, seeing how we can take what we have learned and marry it with printing

This could be considered a gratuitus post...i want to read the hidden threads in some of the forums :)

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