Free CNC skill-building plan from Next Wave

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Next Wave Automation offers free instructions and VCarve files for making a mini baseball bat with the company’s CNC Shark.

The project is aimed at the woodworker with moderate to intermediate CNC skills.

“To celebrate the new baseball season, we thought this would be a really fun project,” Tim Owens, Next Wave’s founder and CEO, said in a statement. “It can be customized for any team or occasion.”

For more, visit www.nextwaveautomation.com.

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