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CNC Technology Driving MHS Students To a Brigher Future

By Maryann Valentine

    Not by surprise, the students of Mineola High School are some of the most talented individuals that Long Island has to offer. Eager to learn, students work hard day to day, not only in their core classes like math, science and ELA, but also enthusiastically in the wood shop to learn everyday skills. The school recently updated their entire Tech Ed woodworking and metal working classroom, switching from standard conventional methods of producing projects to an exclusive “Fab Lab” that consists of some of the most advanced technological equipment used in the industry. The new Fab Lab at Mineola High School is equipped with machinery that few other schools have on the Island-- a CNC Plasma cutter and CNC Router from Techno CNC Systems. Whitney Smith, Principal at MHS, spoke proudly about the new Tech Lab and how it has effectively and efficiently changed the way the students are learning.

            “Adding CNC to our high school program was really the next step for us,” stated Smith. “We are always on the cutting edge of technology. We are always searching for the best tools for our students. Lastly, we have always had a traditional wood and metal shop, but now we are focusing on showing the students the latest and greatest technology in automation and the students are very excited about it. We already knew our students had such great ideas, but now, it is incredible to be able to see these students take their ideas from inception to completion, using CAD/CAM technology,” said Smith.                  

                                       Whitney  Smith, Principal at Mineola High School

Mineola high school tech program

           “The school was able to transform the lab from a conventional shop to an advanced lab for students to learn and enhance their engineering skills.  The new technology in the Fab Lab has changed everything. All of our 8th graders get introduced to all the new equipment and do a problem solving activity. They get introduced to Aspire CAD/CAM software by choosing a letter of the alphabet, and setting up the job and creating a toolpath. The students are shown how to setup and operate the CNC router under the direction of the instructor,” said Paul Sommer, Tech expert/teacher at Mineola High School. 
            “Having a space like this is unique. We are the only school on Long Island to have made the commitment to adding this technology and advanced learning which benefits our students. Another benefit about the space is that the 8th grade students are all given a chance to find a passion in CNC, thus getting them excited for the more advanced tech courses offered in 9-12 grade. We also partnered with Queensboro College, where students can also receive college credits for courses taken,” Smith said.
            Transforming the shop and learning the equipment was a challenge for the school, at first. The transformation was a huge commitment, but overall, was a necessity for the school to further their knowledge and better their classes. MHS now has grades 8-12 students flowing through the shop for all 9 periods of the day. “We are still learning how to integrate the new equipment into our teaching curriculum. It is a work in progress, but very much worth it. We also spend more time on designing and learning the Aspire, AutoCad and Inventer CAD/CAM programs. As a result, the types of projects have changed tremendously. Before, we used a lot of hard and soft woods, and now, we are using more plywood. We are getting the students to solve more real world problems such as seating, flat pack furniture, and space organizers.” Sommer stated that, “The biggest challenge to adding CNC into our program was that we were given two high end CNC machines and high end computer design programs all at once. This was overwhelming in the beginning, especially since we had little to no experience with these types of machines/software. Thanks to the training and exceptional tech support from Techno CNC Systems, we were able to get through the first few months and begin to develop a curriculum for our students. Now, our students are able to use the software and run the machines with no problems. The possibilities are endless.”
            MHS recently created an entire robotics team. Smith states, “The CNC equipment has been tremendously beneficial for our new robotics team, as well. We are able to manufacture our own parts. We can customize any of our parts. It has also helped us with our alliances with other robotics clubs. We are now able to help other schools manufacture their own robotics parts.” Not only is the Fab Lab used for classes and manufacturing robotic team parts, but it is also utilized for many other activities that the entire town requires. Sommer explained how the CNC equipment has completely transformed the theatre clubs in the elementary, middle and high schools of Mineola. “Once word got out that we could manufacture pretty much anything, we were getting requests from everyone asking if we could create their designs.”
            Paul Sommer and Andrew Woolsey, technology teachers at MHS, were also asked to help with theatre design. They were given the project to create stage lighting from the bottom. They were able to route out an entire stage lighting template. “If we had to do these by hand, it would have taken months. We had to create 6 of these and I was able to program it all within minutes, letting the router do the rest,” said Andrew. The theatre director also requested props for the play Aladdin. The tech teachers were able to design and route perfect (and huge) theatre props for the play.
            “The students are taught the software, but are given freedoms to think out of the box, challenging their young minds,” says Sommer. Sommer uses online tools available to him and the students for learning and finding quick solutions to immediate challenges. He believes this is a great tool for students to use at home or in the shop, as a secondary way to master Aspire and AutoCad software. The program at MHS has completely transformed the learning process from conventional hand tools to now being able to design, program, and route whatever they imagine, as well as cut metals with their new CNC Plasma metal cutting machine from Techno CNC. “We had trouble cutting thick material so I had wanted to research a plasma cutter. We found Techno CNC and fell in love. The machine had great reviews and Techno was a local company. The plasma cutter has changed the welding class by allowing us to cut thick plate steel accurately. In the past, we used a torch or hand held plasma. Having local customer support has been so great-- there is always someone there to help whenever we call and they come to us, as well,” said Sommer.
            The students have developed a passion for CNC’s, and are even considering manufacturing as a future. “As a high school, it is our job to prepare our students for the real world. We want our students to leave high school with an idea and direction, and with the possibility of getting a job that they love after college. We are really focused on getting kids to pursue a pathway for their future here at MHS and we concentrate on having electives that pave that pathway. We are using this CNC equipment not only in tech classes but in our business classes, as well. The CNC equipment has allowed us to create a school store where students can actually showcase and sell their projects. Not only has the CNC equipment benefited the tech students in particular, but it has also made it possible for business students to practice marketing, design and advertising, while having an idea come to life,” said Smith.
            The Fab Lab is designed to let the kids design whatever they want. “Basically, if you can draw it, you can route it,” Sommer explained. So the students are taught to create, design, program and route, and have their visions come to life. The Business Ownership & Marketing class at MHS works closely with the students from the Tech Class to design and create a finished product. The Business Ownership & Marketing class students are responsible for designing the product to hopefully be sold in their new school store. The students then bring their ideas to the Tech students who bring their concepts to life. “I first started to think of a product that I could sell at local events, like our musical events or our school store. I came up with a picture frame that has an adjustable picture frame in the center, where you can easily take the photo in and out of the heart shape (photo shown). And the cooler part? We came up with our ideas based upon stats that we took based on what people would be most inclined to purchase,” said Tara, 17 year old student at MHS. Tara then brought her idea to Sareem Jabar, intern and student at MHS, who was able to bring her idea to life. The two worked together to make a design into an actual tangible product. “The business class pretty much feeds me the ideas. My job is to then put it on paper and make a tangible item. Once I am able to do that, I program it into the machine. Just like that, I am able to cut out all of the products for the shop. I am so impressed with how precise everything is. The text is sharp and the corners are crisp, and everything fits together precisely. It is perfect,” says Jabar.
            The students at MHS were excited to speak about their projects and new passions for CNC. Amazed at all the machines can do, the students bragged about being able to learn using such advanced equipment at a high school level. Most importantly, the students were able to explain and teach other students what they did, how they programmed it, and what tools they used to complete the project. The students’ energy is contagious, making more and more students want to enroll in the tech classes offered at MHS. “We have always had good enrollment. But we are definitely getting more students coming in who were intimidated by the traditional machinery in the past. Once they see that they can pretty much rapid prototype anything that they can draw/design on the computer, they immediately want to take the class,” says Sommer.
            Overall, the Techno CNC router and plasma has transformed the entire tech program at MHS. The school has devoted its money and time to making the program more advanced, more efficient, and more technologically equipped with the best machinery in the industry. The Fab Lab has become a space of pure bliss for students to design, learn, create, imagine, craft, and route pretty much… anything they want. Sommer ends with saying,“CNC is absolutely a necessity for any high school, and we are so happy and proud to have invested in such quality equipment for our students to learn and prosper.”

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Customer Feature

The Auto Firm with Alex Vega

Miami, Florida


“I work with the CNC here at The Auto Firm. I build a lot of custom panels using the Techno CNC, for a lot of foreign cars. We use the CNC to cut out the panels so they can perfectly fit in every corner and crevice of the car. We use a lot of MDF and birch materials. The coolest thing about the machine is that it works on both small and large projects. Our HDS Series Techno CNC router also saves me a lot of time. The only time I use is programming and designing on the computer. The machine then does exactly what I programmed... quickly and PERFECTLY! What I do on the CNC in just one day would take me about 2 weeks to do by hand. The most important difference though is the quality.”

- Areal, AKA “The CNC Guy” at The Auto Firm

Watch our full Customer Feature video, featuring Alex Vega

and his team from The Auto Firm in Miami, Florida


“The machine has brought alot of perfection to our work. Since we have had our machine, our business has grown tremondously, not only because of the finishes, but also because of our options. We are able to do a lot of other things that we werent able to do by hand. We are able to now do logos, lighting, etc. And that alone, creates a lot more business because people only want to get their work done by you.”
- Alex Vega, The Auto Firm


Specific room at The Auto Firm dedicated to Techno CNC's HD Series CNC Router


System routed and engraved entirely by Techno CNC's HD Series router

for Nelson Cruz from the MLB Seattle Mariners



Little Sapling Toy
little sapling toys x Techno CNC Routers
little sapling toys x Techno CNC Routers
little sapling toys x Techno CNC Routers
little sapling toys x Techno CNC Routers
little sapling toys x Techno CNC Routers
teethers by Techno CNC Router

Started from the Bottom… Now we’re here – Little Sapling Toys (LST) Edition
By Maryann Valentine, Techno CNC Systems

                Little Sapling Toys is a handcrafted wooden toy company that began back in 2008 when husband and wife, Nick and Kimber, decided they wanted to have a lifelong working partnership. The couple has built LST into one of the biggest sellers of handcrafted wood toys, and have been featured in publications such as Forbes, Instyle, Country Living and more.

The beginning:
“It all started with a small hobbiest machine that we purchased to get started. The machine lasted for less than 8 months before it was beginning to break down. It wasn’t stable enough and wasn’t built heavily enough for what we were doing. So, we purchased a pin router. It was about 19 inches long with a 10 inch bed—an extremely small machine, but it was a start for our business. We started with a few designs that were easy to manufacture with very basic equipment. We started by using Plexiglas templates to trace out the shapes and then we would stack the wood about 3 pieces high, using double-sided sticky tape, where we could then cut out the wooden teethers with a band saw. That lasted for about 3 years until we decided it was time for us to invest in a CNC router. Once we did, there was no going back.”

Investing in a CNC Router:
The company works with a lot of solid woods-- great for all ages and great for safe play. The wood blanks are not very wide, so the company decided to invest in a router where they could put a bunch of the wood pieces on the machine at one time. “Our production had increased so much within those 3 years, we knew it was time for us to purchase one of the big boys. I knew exactly what I was looking for in a router and that is ultimately why we chose Techno CNC Systems. The T-slot table especially drew me to Techno CNC because we used solid woods. I also knew most of the stuff we cut was tiny and, because of that, a vacuum table wouldn’t work for me, so I needed a machine with t-slots to clamp the blanks to the machines bed surface. That was definitely the biggest draw-- no other brand compared.” So the husband and wife team purchased a Techno LC Series 4896 CNC router to move forward with production.

Learning the software:
The machine was delivered to Little Sapling Toys shop in Wisconsin. “There was no going back. The router was insane. We were able to triple our production in just one cut.” A dealer from Chicago came to set up the machine and hosted a training session for Nick and his crew. “Since I had some form of CNC knowledge, I knew the basics. I just did not know the interface. I was stunned at how easy it was to learn. I think the biggest thing that intimidates people is the thought of the complexity of CNC equipment, which turned out to be farthest form the truth. Once you understand the basic fundamentals of CNC, it becomes a repetitive process. Techno’s CNC interface is really easy to learn and use. I trained 8 or 9 people on it already, by myself, and they all pick it up quickly, as well.”

Nick spoke about creating a checklist before running the router. He finds it easiest to check off each task after it is completed, just so he doesn’t forget anything. He makes sure the machine knows the right tools, offsets, starting point, etc. Once the check list is complete, they execute the cut. “We do not use any stain or paint. All of our products are made with wood. We start our production with getting the blanks to size. We have a few different sizes/thicknesses for all of our products. My team knows the sizes by the file names. I think it is great that I can save all of my files and then just have the team upload the files into the machine. We use tabs a lot to hold the products in place since they are so small. Once the block is cut, it is put on a table with the tab facing up. We then cut them out with a special tool where they are then routed, sanded, and then taken off the machine and put into inventory.

Nick and Kimber are continuously designing and routing new toys for Little Sapling Toys, especially, the very popular, baby teethers. They also produce rocking horses, toy boxes, dollhouses, and puzzles as part of their repertoire. The couple intends to continue expanding and building a brand that focuses on creating naturally beautiful, high quality products that parents can feel comfortable giving to their children. And with a little help from Techno CNC Systems, Little Sapling Toys is able to do that, and more.


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Jorge Perez is a manufacturing student at Fresno City College, and has been working with routers for quite some time now. Excelling in everything he does with a creative twist to each project he completes, Jorge has become a true machinist with the help from his instructor, Mark. His Instagram account, @Jorge_CNC, showcases the captivating projects he has complete thus far during the program.
            Jorge spoke highly of the manufacturing program at Fresno City College. “It is such an advanced program compared to others. The instructors focus on allowing each student to get a lot of hands on action with the machines. We aren’t just learning by watching or being taught by step by step instruction manuals. We are taught to try on our own, mess up a little, but most importantly, learn from each other. It’s an awesome program to be a part of.” After the students complete the CAD/CAM software training at the beginning of class, Jorge said this is where the students creativity is key. “We all focus on making something unique to ourselves, rather than perfecting the exact same prototype twenty-something times. Our instructors basically allow us to use our creativity to come up with anything.” Fresno City College allows the students to make about 5-6 projects a semester using different kinds of plastics, where they then can move up to more advanced materials that make and engrave signs. The students are encouraged to think outside the box… the possibilities with their Techno CNC router are, indeed, endless.
“I find it so helpful that our instructors allow us to do our own programming, as well. At other schools, the instructors usually do the programming for you, or go over it with every single student individually. Instead, my instructor allows us to practice on our own. We let other students teach each other, which is awesome! It helps us all to learn the machines, as opposed to just following the directions on how to program. Our instructor believes that being able to teach one another is the key to becoming a true machinist.”
Perez spoke about the different levels of the class, and how the class improves throughout the semester. They start with easier projects, but then advance to more advanced classes where their projects become harder and their learning becomes clearer. “We recently used a 4x8 piece of melamine to create a cabinet of some type. It’s tricky because we only have one piece to do the entire project, correct. That’s the tricky part about manufacturing- everyone makes mistakes, so when we are tested on our knowledge of the machines/program itself, it is super nerve-racking to know that anything is possible.”  Perez shared a tip he recently learned from a personal experience using the Techno CNC in class. “I found it hard to know where my part was going to move on the table. I learned that the router is very forgiving... The machine will allow you to fix your mistake… which was one of the greatest tips I could have learned. I simply hit the pause button, reset the part to go back to 0, repositioned my part, and boom. I was able to save a lot of time and material by using this one simple trick time after time. You just have to slow down when you make a mistake, and the machine will fix itself for you.”
One of the main goals of the program study is to become an instructor yourself. Perez’s instructor has taught his students the importance of being able to teach someone else exactly what you are doing, and “then, you are a real machinist.” The program focuses on making the students step outside of their comfort zone, and allowing them to practice, learn, and study with the help of other students. The program is focused around the machines, the software, and learning the correct way to do things, rather than following an instruction manual step by step. The students are also allowed to bring in their own material from home; they are not limited to what the school provides them with.
Perez went on to tell me about his latest project, and the most challenging part about completing his final: a complete chess set. “My final project for advanced class was to make a complete chess set from scratch. I couldn’t figure out how to design it. I was determined to make mine unique and not look like the rest of the class. It was challenging. I cut out a lot of pieces but didn’t have a board, just yet. That is where our Techno CNC router came into play. I used a 3 quarter inch acrylic piece, and router the entire board using the CNC. The most challenging part was that I wanted to make a board that went with the geometry of my chess pieces themselves. I designed each piece from the ground up. I gave each piece extremely sharp corners, and wanted the board to reflect upon that. With that goal in mind, I stared at the machine for a while to see how it engraved, and to see what tool paths were available to program. It hit me finally, and I was able to figure out what speeds would cut on the acrylic. I used the 4x8 router, which involved tool changes, as well. I had to do a quarter inch straight bit to cut it out, plus an engraving bit to engrave on the board. It truthfully came out awesome, thanks to the Techno CNC router.”
“We all love the Techno CNC router in class. The machines are by far one of the better routers I’ve ever used. They are all really fast! I have never been limited when using my Techno CNC router; the possibilities are endless, especially with wood. feel like the quality is superb for what they do… and especially for the price. Amazing results, and I would highly recommend this router.





Stunned by Unger’s design website, we had to interview him to hear his thoughts about his very own Techno CNC. Coby Unger is a staff member at MIT Hobby Shop, the go-to facility at MIT if you have an interest in woodworking. The most frequently used CNC tool in the shop is the Techno CNC 4x8 router that they have had for over 5 years now. It runs pretty much every day on different projects by students, faculty, staff and other community members. The MIT Hobby Shop is one of three woodshops on the MIT campus, yet it is the only one that is not a part of a specific academic department. Basically, anybody with an interest in making things can go, and take advantage of the amazing tools and facilities this shop has to offer. The shop allows for students, faculty, and alumni to come, design, program and build whatever they want, with no additional costs. The shop charges a small membership fee, but the rest is basically free and Unger is your go-to man when designing. He is there to help and guide you to build whatever your project may be. 
“Students usually come in and work on class projects or research projects, but some students come in to build their own custom furniture for their dorm rooms, and we assist them with whatever they need. Normally, students do not know how to use the Techno CNC when they come in, but it is our job to teach them. It is such an easy machine to teach students how to use.” Unger discussed how the shop currently has 300 active members, and is constantly expanding. “We are the most flexible shop on campus that focuses on using the router and other tools to teach with. Half of the shop is CNC equipment and the other half is manual tools. I find it really important to teach students to use both hand tools and the router, because they go hand in hand. You will be more successful at designing and routing what you want if you already know how to make it using hand tools.” This was such a great tip for other woodworkers!
Coby talked about the 2 classes he and his colleague were teaching back in January. “I taught a custom skateboard deck building class, and he taught an eclectic guitar making class. The primary tool we used in both classes was our Techno CNC router, and it was great. The students were able to learn how to make a skateboard by first designing molds in Autodesk’s Fusion 360, followed by creating the curvature of the skateboard deck. Next, we cut out the skateboard mold with MDF on the Techno CNC router. Then we used the vacuum bag to laminate the deck and put it back on the router to cut out individual curves for the skateboard. Each student then designed custom laser cut veneer inlay graphics for the bottom of the decks. It was an awesome project and class!”
Unger discussed how the MIT Hobby Shop is different from day to day since most students come in with projects and ideas of their own. “The projects are always different which definitely keeps it interesting. Just yesterday we were working on making a trophy for the intermural sports championships here at MIT, and then today we were just engraving some text for a student’s project. Recently, somebody was making a knife block, while another student was designing some furniture, while another student was cutting out a prototype for an assembly line for their research project in engineering. Each project is unique, but the Techno CNC router makes it very efficient and easy.”
While Coby discussed the successes of MIT Hobby Shop, I was curious to see why he enjoyed their Techno CNC router so much. “I really like that it is so easy to jump between designing a part in CAD, programming a CAM file, and then cutting it out. It is a really quick turnaround and it is such an easy machine to teach to the students that come into the shop every day. The shop has a few CNC mills and a water jet cutter, but I would have to say that the Techno CNC is the one that I find to be easiest to teach with because it is logical and works very well.”
The goal of the MIT Hobby Shop is to allow students to learn to make in a flexible learning environment, and learn more about the interface between digital technology, the physical world, and how things are made to go together. The shop houses tools building things with wood, plastic and metal, for the students to use like, but the Techno CNC is focused around mostly the wood projects. 
Lastly, Unger discussed how much the Techno CNC router is used in the shop. “The machine literally is used, almost every day. We are all very satisfied. The quality is great. The finish is great. The longevity of the machine is great (the shop has had the machine for over 5+ years now… running it consistently!) The accuracy is great. I am very pleased with it. Overall, our Techno CNC 4x8 machine is a real asset for our shop.”

Fresno City College’s very own, John Marquez, shared with us the ins and outs of what it is like to be a CAM student at Fresno City College… one of the many educational programs a Techno CNC is being used to teach with. I originally found John on our Instagram page @technocnc because John has become one of many happy Techno CNC fans… who just so happens to tag us in a bunch of cool projects made by students using their Techno CNC router. Marquez was excited to share the schools projects and excitement for their Techno CNC Router.
“Everything about our Techno CNC is PERFECT,” He started. “My favorite project so far was when I made a poster out of Corian. I routed my favorite logo, No Shave Life, on a piece of Corian plastic, and I was so excited about how well it engraved. I was amazed at how well and how fast it cut. I look just like the guy on the logo, beard and all, and loved that the Techno CNC allowed for me to bring my favorite logo to life.”
Marquez shared how Fresno City College uses their Techno CNC router in the classroom. “The first part of class is mostly software based, where we are learning all about software, programming, etc. We mainly use MasterCam, but have also been using a bit of Fusion 360 lately, as well. The second half of the class is when we are allowed to go into the lab and use our Techno CNC router first hand. Each day is different, but we originally start by learning how to set up the machine, use the tool changer, etc. Our Techno CNC router is the focus of our entire class.”
The students use the router to make their own individual projects, and are graded differently based off of the programming, edge finish, and tool change. “Our instructor gives us an assignment where we then begin designing, planning, and drawing it up on Mastercam. We then nest it, g-code it and put it in the software. All projects are done individually, so we are all able to use and understand the machine and software by ourselves.”  The class uses a wide variety of materials when doing projects on their Techno CNC router. “We have used soft plastics, Corian counter top material, a lot of MDF and melamine.” The class has also completed a bunch of projects on their CNC during the past 6 months like a 6-pack holder for beer (picture shown), small plaques, coasters, posters, signs and more. We also used a bunch of soft plastics to draw up our own introductory drawings of parts to cut out on the router.
Marquez talked about his favorite projects during the 6 month CAM class. “My favorites, by far, was making the 6-pack holder, and this sign I made for my mom for mother’s day. I made her a sign that said, “Artistic Hair By Teri” and routed the entire thing using the Techno CNC in class. It was very fun to make and see being routed. The CNC made it so easy… anybody could do it!”

"Our Techno CNC router is the focus of our entire class.”


"The CNC made it so easy… anybody could do it!”


“Everything about our Techno CNC is PERFECT.”


- John Marquez, student at Fresno City College

We recently interviewed Chris Thompson, the school CNC operator, at Philadelphia University. The University purchased their Techno CNC HD 4896 router 2 years ago, and have transformed their entire Architectural program that is made up of 250 students. Before having their Techno CNC, the students were learning with a lot of hand tools. The students would practice with cardboard lamination by cutting cardboard by hand, and gluing them together. Now, students are learning first hand with a CNC, and they are inspired to rout using all different materials.
“The students love to try out different projects with ‘weird’ materials. We use a lot of upholstery foam and rubber cell open foam. But I constantly have the students running up to me with a random piece of material saying, “what can we make with this?” The students are really inspired and dedicated to learning with the router, and to see what they can make with it, also. We recently made a vehicle for a derby bike contest where I routed a bunch of panels to construct the vehicle. I used 4 sheets of coreplast to rout out the panels, and then assembled it. The router made this project so simple! My students were amazed with this project, and it was awesome for me to say, “Hey, now you make this, too!” I explained to them that it was only 5 minutes of using CAD/Cam software,  and these types of personal projects using the Techno CNC HD really inspired them to do these kinds of projects, too.
The students are learning by using a lot of materials… ranging from coreplaste, to apolustry foam, to MDF and plywood, to styrofoam, to urethane foam (a foam that they can even purchase in their own bookstore). “The vacuum table is really helpful for using materials like these because the vacuum table holds the material in place very nicely. We love the vacuum table. It clamps down on the foam making it super easy to work with. I use G-Wizard CNC Book which is very helpful for the speed of the machine. I save it as a tool library and go as fast as possible. My edge finish is great! The quality of the machine is great!”

- Chris Thompson, Philadelphia University

"The router made this project so simple! My students were amazed with this project, and it was awesome for me to say, “Hey, now you make this, too!” I explained to them that it was only 5 minutes of using CAD/Cam software,  and these types of personal projects using the Techno CNC HD really inspired them to do these kinds of projects, too."

- Chris Thompson




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