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5AXISMAKER: First ever affordable 5axis multi-fabricator

A project in London, UK by 5AXISWORKS
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First ever affordable 5axis multi-fabricator that brings most advanced fabrication right to your desk
Backers: 135
Average Pledge Per Backer: £429

Funded: £57,927 of £50,000
Dates: Sep 22nd -> Oct 27th (35 days)
Project By: 5AXISWORKS
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Latest News

5-Axis Milling: The Next Level In Accessible, Versatile Digital Fabrication

October 16th - via: archdaily.com
The 5AXISMAKER is a desktop 5-axis multi-fabrication CNC machine that hopes to expand the possibilities of digital fabrication by making it cheap and more versatile. (Read More)

NEW STRETCH GOAL: £70K

October 14th - via: kickstarter.com
If we reach a stretch goal of £70,000 we will make extensive video tutorials on how to work with your 5AXISMAKER + every backer who gets 5AXISMAKER will receive from us a one-to-one tutorial on how to realise your very own project on 5AXISMAKER. As... (Read More)

Here is a quick demo on how to start milling with 5AXISMAKER

October 14th - via: kickstarter.com
You'll need an HTML5 capable browser to see this content. Play 00:00 00:00  (Read More)

Milling lapse

October 13th - via: kickstarter.com
You'll need an HTML5 capable browser to see this content. Play 00:00 00:00  (Read More)

tool selection for ER11 collet

October 13th - via: kickstarter.com
Here is a selection of tools that fit into ER11 collet that is used in our milling spindle.  (Read More)

5AXISMAKER Makes Fabrication Affordable

October 10th - via: iwbag.com
5AXISMAKER is bring multi-fabrication to your desktop giving you the power to create! (Read More)

We've reached our initial goal!

September 24th - via: kickstarter.com
To all the wonderful supporters: Thank you a million times! It's been super exciting here to see that you guys share our interests and support greatly our project! team 5axisworks  (Read More)

Kickstarter stuff pick

September 22nd - via: kickstarter.com
Hi guys, we've been delighted to see 5axismaker to be selected as Kickstarter staff pick!  Let's continue great work!  (Read More)

Cheap 5-Axis Milling 3DP on Kickstarter

September 22nd - via: 3dprintingindustry.com
5axisworks has brought their low-cost 5-axis machine, capable of milling and 3D printing, to Kickstarter as part of the larger Maker Revolution. (Read More)

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