One unique thing about the Makermade CNC is that each maker builds their own frame. The folks at Maslow came up with a great frame design in the beginning, and then as the kits began to ship, the recipients started doing what makers do- tinkering. After a year or so, hundreds of experiments and thousands
Once my kit arrived, the first thing I did was make sure I had all the parts. There’s a sheet inside the box with a list, and a link to a great interactive image on the website showing all of the components. It took me a minute to figure out what was what. If you’re
Last week we shared a great project from Justin DeBoer of JD Builds. This week he sent us an image of this sweet Cubs Marquee sign he made with his MakerMade CNC Kit. Here’s what he says about the process: This project was inspired after scrolling through the projects section of the Maslow Forums. The
“Is this really something I can do??” That’s a question we get a lot here at MakerMade when people first see the Maslow CNC. And it’s especially tough to answer because real, carpe diem, no-limits, “check this out!” makers come in all types, from all backgrounds, and definitely all ages. Case in point, a resourceful
Justin DeBoer of JD Builds has hit the ground running with his Maker CNC kit! He writes: I was originally drawn to Maslow CNC after watching many videos on YouTube about all the different types of CNC machines out there. I was watching a top 5 CNC machine video when I came across the Maslow.