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    3D Printing/Waterjet/Milling

    Electromechanical Design/implementation has been a hobby of mine for quite some time. I mean, who doesnít think robots are awesome?

    I found a line of work that allows me to do this on a full time basis with access to a full fabrication shop, 3D printers, water jets, cnc routers and mills. With that, it is never frowned upon to work on personal projects, simply because itís seen as improving your abilities for future work projects (as long as productivity does not take a hit).

    Anybody have any fun projects that require some additive or subtractive manufacturing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MoparMan View Post
    Electromechanical Design/implementation has been a hobby of mine for quite some time. I mean, who doesn’t think robots are awesome?

    I found a line of work that allows me to do this on a full time basis with access to a full fabrication shop, 3D printers, water jets, cnc routers and mills. With that, it is never frowned upon to work on personal projects, simply because it’s seen as improving your abilities for future work projects (as long as productivity does not take a hit).

    Anybody have any fun projects that require some additive or subtractive manufacturing?
    I worked in the water jet industry for a while and it's incredible to see the floors people can create with this technology.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MoparMan View Post
    Electromechanical Design/implementation has been a hobby of mine for quite some time. I mean, who doesn’t think robots are awesome?

    I found a line of work that allows me to do this on a full time basis with access to a full fabrication shop, 3D printers, water jets, cnc routers and mills. With that, it is never frowned upon to work on personal projects, simply because it’s seen as improving your abilities for future work projects (as long as productivity does not take a hit).

    Anybody have any fun projects that require some additive or subtractive manufacturing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MoparMan View Post
    Electromechanical Design/implementation has been a hobby of mine for quite some time. I mean, who doesn’t think robots are awesome?

    I found a line of work that allows me to do this on a full time basis with access to a full fabrication shop, 3D printers, water jets, cnc routers and mills. With that, it is never frowned upon to work on personal projects, simply because it’s seen as improving your abilities for future work projects (as long as productivity does not take a hit).

    Anybody have any fun projects that require some additive or subtractive manufacturing?
    I'm up for a collaboration! I've got something in the works that will require a bit of prototyping. Shoot me a message.

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    I teach design classes at a technical high school. I've been following this technology for several years. We just got a new lab with $300,000 worth of equipment. 3D printers, robotic arms, cnc, laser engravers, etc. I've done some outsource work during the summers. Coolest things I've done include a putter design, and several new patent ideas.
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    I'm in the additive manufacturing world as well. I work for a company that specializes in 3D printed, rapid prototype castings to be specific. Its a crazy market to be in right now, that's for sure! If anyone is ever near Minneapolis feel free to get in touch and come in for a tour!

    Link to an article about one of the projects i worked on with 3D systems, if anyone is interested!
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    I would make my own putter for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MoparMan View Post



    Quick ball marker on the baby mill.
    I lied about the putter, I would make ball markers. I love ball markers (kind of an addiction for me).
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    Quote Originally Posted by MoparMan View Post



    Quick ball marker on the baby mill.
    That's really cool.
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