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Submission + - Machining A TI-89 Aluminum (hackaday.com)

TangoMargarine writes: Sometimes, expensive calculators hit the floor. It’s happened to almost anyone with a graphing calculator from TI or HP. Sadly, they don’t always bounce. After this happened to [Howard C.], an Industrial Engineering student from U. of Iowa, he decided to spend $50 on milling his own replacement case out of aluminum rather than trashing the device over a broken battery compartment.
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Machining A TI-89 Aluminum

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