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Build Your Own CNC Machine by James Floyd Kelly, Patrick Hood-Daniel

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Chapter 19. Where to Go from Here

You have your brand new DIY CNC machine sitting in front of you, waiting to be put to use. If you're familiar with CNC technology, you may already be moving forward with whatever CAD and CAM software you're familiar with-but it's more likely you're scratching your head wondering what to do now.

Well, this chapter is going to provide you with some suggestions on how to get to work with your CNC machine. We're also going to provide you with some upgrades and improvements to consider for your machine.

We also recommend that you pay a visit to the book's forum at www.buildyourcnc.com/book.aspx and look to see what others are doing with their DIY CNC machines. We encourage our readers to post their questions and comments, ...

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