DIYLILCNC is an open source initiative tasked with increasing the accessibility of CNC tooling/education for the broadest possible audience. As such, all of the intellectual property generated by the project is free to download, remix and redistribute, even for commercial gain (details). All we ask is that credit be maintained in all derivative works, and that these works carry the same license. If you’re not sure what this means, feel free to get in touch.

PS: For this and many other open source projects, we like to rely on the “smell test” when in doubt. Not too long ago, an enterprising web denizen copied our entire DIYLILCNC v1 design document and submitted it to an online contest. In some ways, this was not explicitly in conflict with the letter of our Creative Commons license. After all, this individual did credit our authorship (even if they did move the details from the first to the last page of their submission). Naturally, we felt that this violated the spirit of our license and had the contest entry taken down.

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DIYLILCNC<p>DIYLILCNC is an open source initiative tasked with increasing the accessibility of CNC tooling/education for the broadest possible audience. As such, all of the intellectual property generated by the project is free to download, remix and redistribute, even for commercial gain (see <a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/" rel="license">this link</a> for details). All we ask is that credit be maintained in all derivative works, and that these works carry the same license. If you're not sure what this means, feel free to get in touch.touch.</p> PS:<p>PS: For this and many other open source projects, we like to rely on the "smell test" when in doubt. Not too long ago, an enterprising web denizen copied our entire DIYLILCNC v1 design document and submitted it to an online contest. In some ways, this was not explicitly in conflict with the letter of our Creative Commons license. After all, this individual did credit our authorship (even if they did move the details from the first to the last page of their submission). Naturally, we felt that this violated the spirit of our license and had the contest entry taken down.down.</p>

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<p>DIYLILCNCDIYLILCNC is an open source initiative tasked with increasing the accessibility of CNC tooling/education for the broadest possible audience. As such, all of the intellectual property generated by the project is free to download, remix and redistribute, even for commercial gain (see <a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/" rel="license">this link</a> for details). All we ask is that credit be maintained in all derivative works, and that these works carry the same license. If you're not sure what this means, feel free to get in touch.</p>touch. <p>PS:PS: For this and many other open source projects, we like to rely on the "smell test" when in doubt. Not too long ago, an enterprising web denizen copied our entire DIYLILCNC v1 design document and submitted it to an online contest. In some ways, this was not explicitly in conflict with the letter of our Creative Commons license. After all, this individual did credit our authorship (even if they did move the details from the first to the last page of their submission). Naturally, we felt that this violated the spirit of our license and had the contest entry taken down.</p>down.

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DIYLILCNC<p>DIYLILCNC is an open source initiative tasked with increasing the accessibility of CNC tooling/education for the broadest possible audience. As such, all of the intellectual property generated by the project is free to download, remix and redistribute, even for commercial gain (see <a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/" rel="license">this link</a> for details). All we ask is that credit be maintained in all derivative works, and that these works carry the same license. If you're not sure what this means, feel free to get in touch.touch.</p> PS:<p>PS: For this and many other open source projects, we like to rely on the "smell test" when in doubt. Not too long ago, an enterprising web denizen copied our entire DIYLILCNC v1 design document and submitted it to an online contest. In some ways, this was not explicitly in conflict with the letter of our Creative Commons license. After all, this individual did credit our authorship (even if they did move the details from the first to the last page of their submission). Naturally, we felt that this violated the spirit of our license and had the contest entry taken down.down.</p>

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<p>DIYLILCNCDIYLILCNC is an open source initiative tasked with increasing the accessibility of CNC tooling/education for the broadest possible audience. As such, all of the intellectual property generated by the project is free to download, remix and redistribute, even for commercial gain (see <a rel="license" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/">thishref="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/" rel="license">this link</a> for details). All we ask is that credit be maintained in all derivative works, and that these works carry the same license. If you're not sure what this means, feel free to get in touch.</p> <p>PS:touch. PS: For this and many other open source projects, we like to rely on the "smell test" when in doubt. Not too long ago, an enterprising web denizen copied our entire DIYLILCNC v1 design document and submitted it to an online contest. In some ways, this was not explicitly in conflict with the letter of our Creative Commons license. After all, this individual did credit our authorship (even if they did move the details from the first to the last page of their submission). Naturally, we felt that this violated the spirit of our license and had the contest entry taken down.</p> down.

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<p>DIYLILCNC is an open source initiative tasked with increasing the accessibility of CNC tooling/education for the broadest possible audience. As such, all of the intellectual property generated by the project is free to download, remix and redistribute, even for commercial gain (see <a rel="license" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/">this link</a> for details). All we ask is that credit be maintained in all derivative works, and that these works carry the same license. If you're not sure what this means, feel free to get in touch.</p> <p>PS -<p>PS: For this and many other open source projects, we like to rely on the "smell test" when in doubt. Not too long ago, an enterprising web denizen copied our entire DIYLILCNC v1 design document and submitted it to an online contest. In some ways, this was not explicitly in conflict with the letter of our Creative Commons license. After all, this individual did credit our authorship (even if they did move the details from the first to the last page of their submission). Naturally, we felt that this violated the spirit of our license and had the contest entry taken down.</p>

Revised 5 years ago
<p>DIYLILCNC is an open source initiative tasked with increasing the accessibility of CNC tooling/education for the broadest possible audience. As such, all of the intellectual property generated by the project is free to download, remix and redistribute, even for commercial gain (see <a rel="license" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/">this link</a> for details). All we ask is that credit be maintained in all derivative works, and that these works carry the same license. If you're not sure what this means, feel free to get in touch.</p> <p>PS - For this and many other open source projects, we like to rely on the "smell test" when in doubt. Not too long ago, an enterprising web denizen copied our entire DIYLILCNC v1 design document and submitted it to an online contest. In some ways, this was not explicitly in conflict with the letter of our Creative Commons license. After all, this individual did credit our authorship (even if they did move the details from the first to the last page of their submission). Naturally, we felt that this violated the spirit of our license and had the contest entry taken down.down.</p>

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<p>DIYLILCNC is an open source initiative tasked with increasing the accessibility of CNC tooling/education for the broadest possible audience. As such, all of the intellectual property generated by the project is free to download, remix and redistribute, even for commercial gain.gain (see <a rel="license" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/">this link</a> for details). All we ask is that credit be maintained in all derivative works.works, and that these works carry the same license. If you're not sure what this means, feel free to get in touch.</p> <p>For<p>PS - For this and many other open source projects, we like to rely on the "smell test".test" when in doubt. ThoughNot too long ago, an enterprising web denizen copied our entire DIYLILCNC v1 design document and submitted it to an online contest. <a rel="license" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/"><img alt="CreativeIn some ways, this was not explicitly in conflict with the letter of our Creative Commons License" style="border-width:0" src="http://i.creativecommons.org/l/by-sa/3.0/88x31.png" /></a><br /><span xmlns:dct="http://purl.org/dc/terms/" property="dct:title">DIYLILCNC v2</span> by <a xmlns:cc="http://creativecommons.org/ns#" href="http://diylilcnc.org" property="cc:attributionName" rel="cc:attributionURL">Taylor Hokansonlicense. After all, this individual did credit our authorship (even if they did move the details from the first to the last page of their submission). Naturally, we felt that this violated the spirit of our license and Chris Reilly</a> is licensed under a <a rel="license" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/">Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License</a>.had the contest entry taken down.

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<p>DIYLILCNC is an open source initiative tasked with increasing the accessibility of CNC tooling/education for the broadest possible audience. As such, all of the intellectual property generated by the project is free to download, remix and redistribute, even for commercial gain. All we ask is that credit be maintained in all derivative works. If you're not sure what this means, feel free to get in touch.</p> <p>For this and many other open source projects, we like to rely on the "smell test". Though <a rel="license" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/"><img alt="Creative Commons License" style="border-width:0" src="http://i.creativecommons.org/l/by-sa/3.0/88x31.png" /></a><br /><span xmlns:dct="http://purl.org/dc/terms/" property="dct:title">DIYLILCNC v2</span> by <a xmlns:cc="http://creativecommons.org/ns#" href="http://diylilcnc.org" property="cc:attributionName" rel="cc:attributionURL">Taylor Hokanson and Chris Reilly</a> is licensed under a <a rel="license" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/">Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License</a>.

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<p>DIYLILCNC is an open source initiative tasked with increasing the accessibility of CNC tooling/education for the broadest possible audience. As such, all of the intellectual property generated by the project is free to download, remix and redistribute, even for commercial gain. All we ask is that credit be maintained in all derivative works. If you're not sure what this means, feel free to get in touch.</p> <p>For this and many other open source projects, we like to rely on the "smell test". Though

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