Subtraction to Increase InnovationReference ID: C011
When a part breaks at home you head to the hardware store. When parts break at a 37-year old power plant you can't always just call the service repairmen and get the part delivered in the morning. So how do you improvise without jeopardizing quality and safety? Simple. You innovate. Using a machine shop, a CNC mill, and an attention to detail the lights can stay on. During the process of replicating a part, you come up with a new idea! Now you are ready to learn "subtractive manufacturing" to increase your ideas to life.
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The folks at TESTED give us a review of the Carvey CNC