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We head to TechShop's San Francisco location for a look at some DIY dream projects, including a test drive of the Autodesk Rallier Roadster.

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      Giza Plateau
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      such a space is good but rather than a 1920 car, maybe try a 2020 car. some aerodynamics, some electric drive.. and riveted sheet metal is really not a way forward. a large CNC to make molds for fiber glass or vacuum formed body work is a much more potent approach. and a 6 months license to autodesk product is not a favor any more than the dealer giving you free drugs the first time. autodesk is very overpriced products and too often mediocre.
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