Carvey 3D Carving Machine
3D printing has opened up a world of possibilities by letting you create objects while sitting at your desk, but what about making stuff out of materials other than plastic? That’s where Carvey steps in. This tabletop device takes input from your computer using Easel (included) or most any CAD software, milling a variety of materials up to 2.75″ in height — including hardwoods, cork, plywood, soft metals (aluminum, copper, brass), plastics, linoleum, and many more — into just about anything you can come up with. It also runs quiet thanks to an acoustically sealed case, contains all dust for quick cleaning, and employs a color-coded bit system to simplify multi-cut jobs.
Read more at Kickstarter – $2,000