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CAMS general meeting for March (Special CNC-themed meeting)

  • Mar 26, 2014 · 7:30 PM
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Roughly 10 years ago the Chesapeake Area Metalworking Society (CAMS) held a meeting focused on CNC, asking members and others to bring in CNC machinery and related projects to share with the group.  This meeting was wildly popular and led to the creation of our CAMS-CNC spin off group. 10 years was a longtime ago so Tex and Steve figured it was time for a repeat.

So bring any portable CNC machinery you'd like to show off as well as any CNC-produced projects you're proud of. We'll have several formal demonstrations but the main focus of the meeting will be all the equipment displayed around the room.

CAMS, The Chesapeake Area Metalworking Society was founded in 1999 and still going strong! This group meets monthly, alternating between a Virginia and a Maryland meeting each month. The meetings cover a wide range of topics mainly centered around metalworking and machine shop practice. If you have questions about tools, methods, prices, or where to buy & sell items, bring your questions to a meeting. Better still, bring your projects to a meeting and share your expertise with others. 

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  • Gordon

    Thanks so much to everyone who attended. I counted around 30 people but may have missed some of you. I hope all came away with useful information and motivation to take on more CNC-related projects. I'm very appreciative of all of the effort that went into putting this together, especially for the presenters who had to haul (relatively) heavy iron long distance to give their demos: Steve, Chris, Stephen, and Ian deserve all the credit for for making this event a success.

    March 27, 2014

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