The F# Journal just published an article about mechatronics:
"A simple way to create a cheap CNC milling machine is to fit a Dremel rotary tool to a cheap open-framed 3D printer such as a Printrbot. The same GCode used for 3D printing can then be used to mill. This article explains how F# can be used to generate GCode to control a CNC milling machine in order to carve out some laminar shapes including a cirle and a heart..."
To read this article and more, subscribe to The F# Journal today!
Does reference counting really use less memory than tracing garbage collection? Mathematica vs Swift vs OCaml vs F# on .NET and Mono - Our previous post caused some controversy by questioning the validity of some commonly-held beliefs. Specifically, the beliefs that reference counting (RC)...
3 weeks ago