Table of contents:
A quick overview of what this guide has to offer to DIYers looking for a CNC mill - and to those who have already settled on low-cost 3D printing or any other rapid prototyping technology out there.
2. Setting up a CNC mill
Pointers for selecting a low-cost, hobbyist-friendly CNC mill, stocking up on tools, and keeping the whole setup in great condition for many years to come.
3. Mastering CAD and CAM
Tips for finding the right CAD and CAM software - plus a quick but in-depth tutorial on three-dimensional modeling.
4. Resin casting and you
Advanced, workshop-safe methods of producing durable, high-performance parts of almost any kind - from tough rubbers to bullet-stopping composites.
5. Essential parts for robot builders
Advice on how to build a library of prefabricated components for all sorts of electromechanical work.
6. Practical part geometries
A no-nonsense primer on mechanical engineering, gear design, and power transmission layouts.
7. Workshop safety topics
The sort of things you probably need to know to avoid setting yourself on fire.
8. Closing notes