There are *many* Yahoo groups concerned with various aspects
of CNC. The grand daddy of them all is probably:
Another good one is:
There are a whole slew of machine specific ones like:
By the way, both Sherline and Taig are two popular desktop
machines that are readily available in the US.
There are many more Yahoo groups.
Lastly, the site <http://www.cnczone.com/ is quite popular
The most recent issue of Servo Magazine is starting a series
on a home built CNC machine.
Like robotics, there is a huge mountain of stuff to be learned
to master CNC.
Ben Bradley wrote:
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