One year Kickstarter anniversary

Can you believe it’s been a whole year since our Kickstarter campaign was funded? It’s amazing to think how far we’ve come since we were funded in 2016. Since then we’ve shipped over 150 desktop CNC machines to over 20 countries to be used for thousands of different applications, from model making to creating medical […]

Milling an aluminum gantry prototype

We recently ordered a set of end mills designed for aluminum and got around to putting one of them through the paces. It worked exceptionally well, letting us cut a lot more aggressively than we were able to with standard multi-purpose carbide end mills. At first we did some testing, pushing the end mill with […]

New guide on feeds and speeds

Choosing the right settings on a Mill One can be a tricky process if you don’t know where to start. That’s why we made a short guide on understanding the terminology and theory on picking the right feeds, speeds, and other settings on your Mill One. This is still an early version of our guide. […]

Back from Vacation

Chris and I are back from vacation and are resuming our normal schedules. Here’s a nice view of Mt Rainier in Washington. If you placed an order from Aug 9 to Aug 16, your order will be shipped out today. All shipments for Aug 3 to Aug 8 has already been shipped out by our […]

Things have been busy

I (Andy) usually try to blog at least two times a week, but things have been pretty busy since sales for the Mill One have picked up a fair amount over the last two or three weeks, so I haven’t had a chance to blog. So here’s a bunch of stuff that has happened over […]

New videos coming out soon

It’s been pretty busy at Sienci Labs, and we haven’t had a chance to make any new videos for a while. It’s been about a month since our last “What’s on the Mill” upload. Well don’t worry, because we will have some new videos up in the next couple weeks. If you follow our Facebook […]