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11/6/2009

Video: Milling For Prototypes

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Learn how Designcraft applies CNC machining for prototyping.

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Learn how Designcraft applies CNC machining for prototyping. This video includes commentary from company personnel and also shows the company’s additive prototyping technology in operation. The video also includes tips on selecting and using a VMC for rapid prototyping applications.

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