Handibot Smartphone Controlled CNC Mill

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Smartphones have become capable of controlling nearly every task on the planet. Now thanks to the team at Shopbot, we can add a smartphone controlled CNC mill to the list as well.

CNC (computer numerically controlled) mills let users precisely cut and carve into an array of materials using programmed commands as opposed to mechanically driven machines that use components like handwheels and levers. The Handibot is perfect for both DIY enthusiasts and industry professionals. The portable device is controlled by app-driven software installed on your smartphone or tablet, and even includes one button start functionality for a hassle free user experience. View the video below.

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