Behind the Scenes at a Desktop CNC Mill Factory in China

Today we’re going to see how desktop CNC mills are made. We’re going inside the Makera factory, a relatively new Chinese startup that went from a few guys who wanted to make drones in their spare time, to running a very successful kickstarter and building out a complete factory. We’ll see how they make very accurate machines, starting from the raw aluminum, all the way to putting a finished product in a crate, ready to ship out.

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