Machine Shop Layout Advice: 3D Print!

Moving and re-arranging machines can be a pain, so wouldn’t it be nice to know if everything works before you call the rigging company? Sometimes we re-arrange machines to accommodate new ones or to maximize space and improve work flow. If you 3D print your shop, you can be SURE it’s going to work before you break a sweat. We thought this shop model was something we would throw away BUT we’ve since realized just how useful it is! GOSH DARN IT! If I had a dollar for every time we could have used this…I’d have 5 bucks! Enjoy.
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Links for this video
Tormach Solid Models | http://bit.ly/2OFI8YB
Haas CNC | http://bit.ly/2RNUcJb
GrabCAD | http://bit.ly/28JvMdG
MarkForged Mark Two Printer | http://bit.ly/2vrJS0a
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