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Old 15th August 2008, 10:52 PM   #1
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Default Contracting CNC for waveguide milling

My living situation right now doesn't allow for a woodworking shop, but I'd like to move forward with some design experiments.

Has anyone any experience with contracting cabinet shops or the like to do a small run of a few parts? I've done 3d work in the past, so I'm fairly confident of my ability to produce adequate files of whatever sort they want to consume. The stuff I'm clueless on is how to find such companies, what cost expectations should be, etc.
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