Indeed you can and without the horror of having to interface with badly written 3D CAD software! Incidentally, talking of 'old technologies', manufacturing ofmervhob
Very good write up. One thing to keep in mind is that that are two kinds of manufacturing 1) Making a replacement part for an existing machine. 2) Making aalbertson.chris
In comparison, one can buy a precision milling machine today for $1200 and a bench top lathe for $500, plus tax of course. One can build a lot of things usingoptotinker
maintenance and use of legacy instruments. Members are well versed in all microscopy techniques including imaging and all types of contrast enhancement.
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