Weekend Project: CNC Wireless Inductive Charger

| July 18, 2016

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This project is an ideal place to hone your skills if you’re just starting out with your CNC mill, or if you’re looking to try your first electronics-and-wood milling job.

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Merit is a member-focused provider of network and related services; a trusted strategic partner to the education and non-profit community for over 40 years. Merit Network, Inc. is a nonprofit, member-owned organization formed in 1966 to design and implement a computer network between public universities in Michigan. After 40 years of innovation, Merit continues to provide high-performance networking and services to the research and education communities in Michigan and beyond. Merit continues to leverage its experience managing NSFNet, the precursor to the modern Internet, to catapult Michigan into the forefront of networking technologies. Merit has implemented a 10G bps backbone and is in the process of implementing it across Michigan to continue to provide a flexible, robust architecture to support the research and education needs. The 10G bps is completely self-funded. Merit received no legislative dollars to support the effort.

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