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Hackaday Links: May 11, 2012

Three days of work in 5 minutes [Celso] bought himself a Ultimaker kit and put together a time-lapse video of him putting it together. There’s a lot of work that goes into these machines, but being able to print a nearly perfect cube on the first run is nearly magical. How about a CNC mill, [...]
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