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Jan 23, 2012   //   by Bob Warfield   //   Blog  //  No Comments
Digital Machinist Village Press has a great series of magazines and books for the home shop machinist. My favorite is Digital Machinist because it focuses on CNC. I happened to be reading the issue one day when I came across a letter to the editor wishing the magazine would run an article on Feeds and Speeds. Being the author of the G-Wizard Feeds and Speeds Calculator, how could I resist stepping forward to volunteer? I sent the editor, George Bulliss a letter proposing a short series of articles and he responded positively. I am pleased and proud to say that our first article in the series, “Basic Feeds and Speeds” has run in the Winter 2011 issue (Volume 6, Number 4). If you’re interested in CNC as a hobby, check them out. They have a neat deal for a free online copy so you can see what the magazine is like.

George has shared some early feedback from the magazine’s readership that really got me stoked.

George has shared some early feedback from the magazine’s readership that really got me stoked.

 

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