Making a plywood shoe rack on the LongMill

One material that I really enjoy milling on the CNC machine, either the Mill One or the LongMill, is plywood. It’s a strong, forgiving material that’s fairly inexpensive, with a decent sheet of  4′ x 8′ sanded 1/2″ plywood costing around $35 to $40 at Home Depot. The LongMill is designed to handle 2′ x […]

LongMill updates: larger motors and more power!

I’ve been working with some of our first batch of beta testers who have reported issues with reliability, especially on the Y axis. If you missed that, you can read more about it here: https://sienci.com/2018/10/04/longmill-beta-y-axis-drifting/ There has been a couple of changes made to combat that. First was with adding a second power supply and an […]

LongMill Beta: Y Axis Drifting

  So first things first, we’re going to call the “LongBoi CNC’s”… “LongMills” now. Feedback was saying that “Boi” was a bit too meme and unprofessional. LongMill sort of follows the Mill One name, except that it is longer, obviously. If you want to learn more, you can go to our landing page for the LongMill! […]

CamLab Alpha Release Announcement

For the past year, we’ve been putting in a lot of work to further improve how all of you can experience the Mill One. Today, we are thrilled to announce our first venture into custom software. Introducing: CamLab CamLab – camlab.sienci.com CamLab is powered by Kiri:Moto, taking everything that Kiri already does and making it better. […]

We’ve moved!

We’re excited to tell you that we’ve moved to a new office space! We are joining other start-up companies at the Accelerator Center, and we can’t wait to move on to the next chapter of our journey.   Here’s a sneak peak of our new office space: Warehouse   Test benches   Office   Thanks […]