Commit f11bfc5f authored by Jake Read's avatar Jake Read

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# Design
## In Short
We're going to take these axis from [Jens](https://github.com/fellesverkstedet/fabricatable-machines)
![linear axis](https://gitlab.cba.mit.edu/jakeread/machineweek/raw/master/images/linear-axis.jpg)
![linear axis](https://gitlab.cba.mit.edu/jakeread/machineweek/raw/master/images/rotary-axis.jpg)
And compose them somehow a-la [Nadya](http://mtm.cba.mit.edu/machines/science/)
![nadya-compose-axis](https://gitlab.cba.mit.edu/jakeread/machineweek/raw/master/images/nadya-compose-axis.png)
## Layout
First thing, you'll want to get a hang of what rough sizes / shapes / orientations your machine is going to have. In this case, I'm interested in designing something of an 'everything machine'. I.E it should be useful for a few different processes: 3D Printing, CNC Milling, Flat-Sheet Cutting (a-la the ZUND), and (maybe) eventually Laser Cutting. Normally I would not advise this<sup>3</sup>, but here we are.
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