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3/9/2009

Micro-Turned and Micro-Milled Workpiece

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Video captured with a microscope shows micromachined part.

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This video of a micromachined part was captured using a microscope. The turned part is 3 mm in diameter. The hex-shaped pocket was milled. The shop that performed this work is Hummingbird Precision Machine of Lacey, Washington. See the article under “Editor Picks” at right.

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