Today, in conjunction with the launch of Bantam Tools and the Bantam Tools Desktop PCB Milling Machine, we’re excited to announce the first release of our software, Bantam Tools Desktop PCB Milling Machine Software V1.2. Download it here.
Today, we’re excited to share a new release of Otherplan. Otherplan 1.1 adds a new type of collision warnings and includes several bug fixes. Read on for the details or download it now:
In order to ensure that a product works well straight out of the box and performs reliably over its lifetime, it's important to consider a "break-in" or "burn-in" process for certain critical components. The difference between these two processes is subtle but important to understand when evaluating how and why to implement them. Both can play a critical role in maximizing lifetime and minimizing failures, ensuring a positive experience for end users.
The part in question, with tooling, rendered in Fusion 360.
People often contact us asking if a specific part they've designed can be made with a desktop CNC. In this article, we use one example part to show you how to determine if a part can be milled and what size tools and raw material we’d need.