The newest print offering from the folks at Raspberry Pi, based in England, is HackSpace magazine, billed as the "monthly magazine for the modern maker." The current issue, 11, focuses on best maker hardware and features a great review of our Bantam Tools Desktop PCB Milling Machine by Hackster's Alex Glow.
As editor Ben Everard states in the intro to Issue 11, "This issue, we’re taking a look at technology that’s designed to make our lives easier, and we’re bringing you the best new maker technology to help make your builds easier." We're thrilled to be included in the lineup, as our Bantam Tools Desktop PCB Milling Machine's #1 goal is to make attaining professional precision in PCB creation (and beyond) a breeze. We focus on making the most reliable, accessible machines—paired with our intuitive, easy-to-use software—so you can focus on innovating.
Alex's review of the Bantam Tools Desktop PCB Milling Machine appears on page 36 of Issue 11 and begins:
If you need tight turnaround time, you have a few choices: etch away copper with corrosive chemicals, draw or paint your circuit with conductive ink, pay exorbitant fees for rush service, or mill your own. Bantam’s offering fits neatly on a desk and has an approachable getting-started process, which is friendly to first-timers.
We also love that Alex concludes with a shoutout to our Instagram page:
If you’re planning to get creative, I highly recommend Bantam’s Instagram for beautiful inspiration beyond basic PCBs.
Thank you, Alex and HackSpace!
For international folks interested in dramatically accelerating their R&D processes by adding the powerful, precise, and reliable Bantam Tools Desktop PCB Milling Machine to their tool arsenal: Order from our distribution partner Digi-Key today and get your machine mailed out tomorrow.
Curious what our machine is capable of? Request a sample and see for yourself!