Enclosure machining (CNC)
Alan B. Pearce email (remove spam text)
>I'm having a problem finding someone to either machine the existing end
>panels or cut me new ones for a reasonable cost. I'm talking 1-2K/year
>at this point. Qty/run depends on cost. Mainly just need a square-ish
>and 3 round holes cut in one end panel.
maybe you need to invest in something like a Versalaser ...
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