Star Wars and CNC

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The use of Star Wars and the associated branding is rife throughout the media and advertising outlets as the latest chapter in the epic space saga is released.

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While The Force Awakens is the most recent adventure, Tormach customers have been fans of the lore for a very long time, making all sorts of fantastic Star Wars gadgets and parts. Everything from Jesse Hayes making an aluminum R2-D2 to Han Solo blaster replicas to lightsabers.

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Read: Robots Making Robots: R2-D2 in All Aluminum

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Read: Long Island Machine Shop Makes Replica Han Solo Blaster Kits

Steve Ripplinger at Ripps Garage Tech made a knife with a Stormtrooper insignia.

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Michael Cole even made his Tormach sing the Imperial March.

Here at Tormach, we are just as geeky as our customers, as well as long-standing fans of the amazingness that is Star Wars. These pictures are from around our headquarters in Waunakee, WI.

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Chris Fox

Chris comes from a publishing background with years of experience in science, technology, and engineering publications. Previously an editor with Product Design and Development and Gizmag, he has a keen eye on the maker community and the changing landscape of the world of prototyping, product development, and small-scale manufacturing. Chris has been working with clients to create Tormach's customer success stories since 2013. Follow him on Twitter @TheChris_Fox

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