[hackspacebristol] CNC Miller name Millrbot?
david_henshall at lineone.net
Sun Nov 20 23:20:05 UTC 2011
For discussion I suppose.
There are plenty of machines called something 'bot' or 'i' why not 'r'
Richard mentioned this link, theirs is a printr-bot ours would be a millr-bot, I 'doubt' it would be a problem.
Interesting machine though.
Nathan's idea of industrialists is similar to Reprap but with a different twist.
If it wasn't Millrbot would there be any other preferences?
(Nothing turns up with a goodle search for millrbot at the moment).
On 20 Nov 2011, at 23:04, Aaron Shrimpton wrote:
> I don't quite believe it but I just saw a link to this:
> Will 'Millrbot' be to similar?
> On Sun, Nov 20, 2011 at 1:52 PM, Richard Sewell <richard at jarkman.co.uk> wrote:
>> On 20/11/2011 13:46, Paul Maddox wrote:
>>>> I had thought we could name them after people, perhaps south-west
>>>> industrialists Brunel, Trevithick, Newcomen etc. So a first generation
>>>> might be the Millrbot Brunel, a second Millrbot Trevithick and so on.
>>> I like that idea!
>> Me too. I guess we should use them in chronological (and hence
>> technological) order ?
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