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Gippy

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I'll let the pictures do the talking.

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This is a brainy solution. Thanks!
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How did you make this jig?
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The jig was 3D printed.
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Hi,

Here is another example of modern tools, "3D printers", in this case to make jigs and toys from Toymaking Plans.
In Germany they can build concrete houses in 24 hours with a large 3D printer,

(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCzS2FZoB-I)

See CNC Enquiry Topic

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