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2001\10\14@181047 by Bob

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Does anyone have links for a DIY PIC Controlled
PCB Engraver/ Driller?

Preferably something that can built fairly easily/inexpensively
from the ground up or from readily available subsystems.


Thanks!

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2001\10\14@181859 by Mike Kendall

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Howdy,
   I obtained a set of plans that was a series of articles with the british
electronic homebrewing magazine, Elektor.  They have a web page for their
articles.  I used a library inter-loan system to get the xerox copies.  Good
luck on your homebrewing :-)
Regards,
ETC(SW/AW) Mike Kendall/ke6cvh
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2001\10\14@211702 by Alexandre Domingos F. Souza

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>Does anyone have links for a DIY PIC Controlled
>PCB Engraver/ Driller?
>Preferably something that can built fairly easily/inexpensively
>from the ground up or from readily available subsystems.

       http://www.users.uswest.net/~kmaxon/page/index.html

       If electronics has a god, sure this guy may be the one! ;o)


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2001\10\15@095826 by Roman Black

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Bob wrote:
>
> Does anyone have links for a DIY PIC Controlled
> PCB Engraver/ Driller?
>
> Preferably something that can built fairly easily/inexpensively
> from the ground up or from readily available subsystems.


Hi Bob, try the CAD list at:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CAD_CAM_EDM_DRO/files/

There are a lot of hobby and professional guys
there doing similar things. :o)
-Roman

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2001\10\15@200622 by Christian Dorner

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Hi!

> Does anyone have links for a DIY PIC Controlled
> PCB Engraver/ Driller?


http://www.geocities.com/siliconvalley/lab/3685/plotter/plotter.htm

This is a good site with a lot of links to homemade CNC machines.

> Preferably something that can built fairly easily/inexpensively
> from the ground up or from readily available subsystems.

http://www.geocities.com/crankorgan/

This is John C Kleinbauer's site. On his site you can buy a booklet with
plans for a simple CNC machine (build with scrap pices of store front
aluminium panels). Take a look on the pictures and the pages of the booklet
he published on his site.

Hope this helps.

cu, Christian

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