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Post  OVERLORD on Tue Nov 04, 2014 2:05 am

In a modeling magazine of last month, this machine was described and tested. It can be bought in kit form and can be connected to your PC.



https://www.stepcraft-systems.com/en/cnc-3d-systems/stepcraft-420

The article says the kit costs EUR 899,00 and can be converted to a 3d printer.

http://www.ironwood-distribution.com/cnc_stepcraft/cnc_en_kit-c-382_383.html

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