Nov 272008
 

Devon Jones needed a robot to do his bidding and so he made a computer controlled dremel. He found an instructable by Stuart McFarlan and created it using a mix of aluminum stock, an inexpensive wood called MDF, and skate bearings.

It now works so he’s going to be able to use the subtractive process, which means he can take away all the parts of the material that are not his thing, to create whatever he can imagine.

I’m publishing a video everyday. Catch them all over on my blog.

  • hydraulic car jack

    This is the first time I commented here and I must say you provide genuine, and quality information for bloggers! Great job.
    p.s. You have an awesome template . Where did you find it?

  • mfarney

    The circuit board template is very nice indeed. It goes well with the videos on your blog. But that wasn't the reason I decided to comment today. I wanted to thank you for all the quality videos you provide. I don't have a lot of time to spend searching for videos until I find the ones I like. It's so easy for me to just visit your page regularly and watch exactly what I need. So, again, thanks for all your work!
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    Mathew Farney – Web Hosting

  • mfarney

    The circuit board template is very nice indeed. It goes well with the videos on your blog. But that wasn't the reason I decided to comment today. I wanted to thank you for all the quality videos you provide. I don't have a lot of time to spend searching for videos until I find the ones I like. It's so easy for me to just visit your page regularly and watch exactly what I need. So, again, thanks for all your work!
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    Mathew Farney – Web Hosting

  • Kurtnelle

    Not quite as kewl as the Hexapod dril but its kewl