Desktop PCB Milling Machine

We’ve all been in a position as part of the creation process where we want to mock something up and test it before pushing the “finalized” design, but breadboarding just won’t suffice. Or maybe it’s a quick, simple project that doesn’t support sending a board off for production. No matter what the case, the new Desktop PCB Milling Machine from Bantam Tools offers a solution.

With this versatile piece of equipment, users will be able to produce single or double-sided PCBs, small pieces of hardware, or even custom pieces of art from various materials. Watch the video below to see a demonstration of uploading and cutting a simple, single-sided PCB design.

With the inclusion of a few getting started projects, all the tools necessary to complete them, and easy-to-use software, this is the perfect addition to any lab or maker space.

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Ashley Awalt is an Applications Engineering Technician that has been with Digi-Key Electronics since 2011. She earned her Associate of Applied Science degree in Electronics Technology & Automated Systems from Northland Community & Technical College through the Digi-Key scholarship program. Her current role is to assist in creating unique technical projects, documenting the process and ultimately participating in the production of video media coverage for the projects. In her spare time, Ashley likes to – oh, wait, is there such a thing as spare time when you’re a mom?

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