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    Is it possible to build a DIY Metal Sintering machine?

    Im sure it is possible for some, but what about your average cnc enthusiast? has anyone built a diy one before? Also how much do the commercial ones cost?

    are there even commercial programs available to us that would operate a metal sintering machine?

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    Re: Is it possible to build a DIY Metal Sintering machine?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ncrazyballa View Post
    Im sure it is possible for some, but what about your average cnc enthusiast?
    Sure it is possible. The scale of the machine may limit its usefulness but it is a machine no more different than a router or milling machine. As to Average what does that really mean?
    has anyone built a diy one before? Also how much do the commercial ones cost?
    Nope and nope. As for cost search the net.
    are there even commercial programs available to us that would operate a metal sintering machine?
    You would be on your own. Further presses require a bit of thought when it comes to user safety. Again not impossible for a DIY machine.

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