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Machining a Sphere

A (mostly) satisfying video which shows how a Heller 5-axis milling machine carves away at a solid block of metal, transforming it into a spherical shape, first starting with rough lines, and gradually refining it. Though we really need some closure after they left it with a flat top.
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