Making things can be time-consuming, and if you're recording your entire process on video, your camera can start to heat up as the minutes tick past. Industrial designer Eric Strebel found his Lumix GF7 getting so hot that it would shut itself off.
Strebel's solution: Harvest an aluminum heat sink from an old PC and hack it to fit the camera. He uses his drill press as a milling machine, and I found his wire tip about starting from the middle pretty insightful:
A desktop CNC milling machine can be a practical addition to your prototyping or small-scale fabrication operations.
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Somebody get J. Mascis out of the garage before he hurts himself.
i love it