other uses for a TAZ

This might well sound daft… but then I’m laid-up and “daft” is the current type of thoughts…

What I’m wondering is… has anybody tried using the TAZ as a CNC drill or Router?

the line of thought is…
nylon sticks best to Tufnol (Garolite in USA)… the cotton woven type called Whale in Tufnol… NOT the paper bonded types…
but Tufnol / Garolite is NEVER flat (its an impossibility due to the way Phenol Formaldehyde bonded Fabric composite is made)…
BUT you need a flat surface to form a good base layer in 3d printing…
SO… what if the surface is levelled by a CNC router or sander whilst in position on he levelling bed…

as I said “sounds daft”… now I’ll go away and take some more magic pills…

BTW did you know that Garolite / Tufnol is the same material used in East Germany to make Trabant cars… no wonder they were smelly and didn’t rust

You can make sure mill frame or a cutting laser out of a Taz, but dust and shavings from a milling process is the enemy of bed adhesion. And lasers need " don’t melt my eye" enclosures for safety.