CNC Machined DIY Minibike Sprocket | WW214

CNC Machined Minibike Sprocket. This video might seem random but we couldn’t wait any longer to share! Don’t worry, next week, we’ll be back with DIY CNC Turret Lathe Part 5.
Our summer intern, Daniel, wanted to machine a sprocket for his minibike. It’s amazing to see his passion and dedication to learning the trade! Making a part from start to finish helps you gain experience and build confidence, which is crucial in this industry.
This is Daniel’s first time running CNC machines on his own! So, let’s follow him as he machines this minibike sprocket from scratch!
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I discovered machining as a young adult and am grateful to have found something I love and am able to share with others.
We hope NYC CNC not only makes you a better machinist but helps you understand and learn more about how to succeed as a manufacturing entrepreneur!
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John

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