>Try email to info@.... The unit is called
> From: Anne Ogborn <anniepoo@...>
> I'm Anne Ogborn, a software engineer
> (used to be an apple employee, I'm doing Java on Unix & WinNT
> now) & recently started doing hardware again.
> I just bought an ALPS.
> Over the years from time to time I've seen machines that
> will cut a one-off PC board. Usually they're some sort
> of modification of a plotter with a flex shaft tool or
> Dremel instead of a pen. You stick a board in, and the
> tool cuts away the unwanted copper.
> If anybody can point me towards a manufacturer of these
> things, I'm now investigating buying one.
Personally, I suspect that for model work one of the small 3-axis
units, such as a Sherline conversion, might be more useful, but
it wouldn't be the first time I got it wrong!
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