>access to 3-axis CNC mill, manual lathe, CNC router, 120W/50W CO2/Fiber Laser cutter/engraver, AutoCAD, GerbTool, Mastercam, Solidworks, 3D printers>not creative enough to make something funAny ideas bros? I'm lost besides making chincy home decor to hang on the wall
>>2413212Join one of the programs that donate limbs to disabled people.
>>2413216What's the best method for removing said limb? Laser cut it off, or forcibly rip it off by touching the spinning lathe?
>>2413221https://free3dhands.org/Like this shit. Google it yourself
>>2413212unironically look at the three things we're not allowed to discuss making on the board, and make a bunch of that stuff, that/s where the fun is
>>2413212make a FGC-9
>>2413212make a surface grinder
>>2413212When creatively blocked, make tools and workshop enhancing stuff while figuring out what else you might want to make. That's all win as the time is well spent.
>>2413515A tool and cutter grinder would be fantastic too. One the most useful machines ever invented in my opinion
>>2413212Do you have the skills necessary to utilize these tools? If you did it should be easy to think of something other than wall decor.
>>2414178Used surface grinders are often cheap but good tool and cutter grinders are much harder to find. Make a proper one and you can sharpen a lifetime's worth of end mills and more.
>>2413238not the the guy who replied to you desu I thought that that was a creative insult until you clarified that it was for prosthetics
>>2413212Make leather stuff. It's a fun hobby and a laser cutter cuts the production time to maybe 1/5 as long as cutting and punching by hand. Buy a leather sewing machine and you'd have a pretty profitable side hustle.