Friday, June 5, 2015

The Rabbit Mill brings 3D ideas to life


Anyone who has been enticed by the idea of 3D printing probably has a few ideas for tools, parts, products and prototypes they would like to see come to life. They might already have designs worked out using the new generation of 3D design software.

The next step is finding a machine that will take those designs and turn them into a solid object. The people at SourceRabbit may have just the solution. SourceRabbit emerged from a  machine shop and lab built by a group of hardware geeks and designers.

The first product from SourceRabbit is the Rabbit Mill, a compact and precise desktop milling machine that allows users to turn 2D and 3D designs into real objects. The mill works with wood, metal, and plastic in a cutting area that measures  7.87" x 7.48" x 2.55".

You can get more specs and details about the Rabbit Mill, including pricing, at the SourceRabbit website. The rabbits are also @source_rabbit on Twitter.


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