[Noisebridge-discuss] taking the MaxNC mill to Sudoroom

Jake jake at spaz.org
Fri May 5 22:12:04 UTC 2017

Hi Noisebridge,

I talked on Slack with Nate Argetsinger who brought in the Quick Circuit 5000
(in Sparkleforge) and he says he's working on it to make it into something.

Someone suggested that since Noisebridge is not using the MaxNC milling machine
now that it has the Othermill, i should ask about taking the MaxNC to Sudoroom.

this is the machine in question:

Does anyone have anything to say about that?  I have already asked on slack on
April 17th, at 17:49


On Mon, 20 Mar 2017, Jake wrote:

> Hi noisebridge,
> I noticed you have a Quick Circuit 5000 circuitboard etcher in the 
> SparkleForge
> machine shop, along with some homemade breadboard electronics to drive it.
> Seeing as you already have an Othermill set up to mill circuitboards, i'm not
> surprised nobody has set up this machine, and it might be a challenge to do 
> so.
> I would like to borrow the machine over to sudoroom, and set it up there so
> that both hackerspaces have a good way to mill circuitboards.  Presently
> sudoroom only has a really crappy MyDIYCNC machine which is unbelievably
> horrible.  It's like a crappy plastic dremel attached to a milk crate with
> zip-ties and is definitely not usable for carving circuitboards (we've tried)
> By the way, people should know that Sudoroom now has a CHMT-36 pick&place
> machine which actually works, so it's a great place to come to assemble your
> boards robotically.  Soon we'll have a 3D printer set up with a solder paste
> dispenser for that step.
> so Noisebridge, what do you say about the Quick Circuit 5000?
> -jake

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