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RememberMe13149305dMaking basic tools would be error-prone and time consuming, though. There's a huuuge jump from a welder to a lathe/mill and that jump requires a ton of precision tools as it is (try making a precise chuck for a lathe, or a straight groove, without using precision tools, it's not trivial at all). And time, which you could spend doing stuff _with_ the tools instead.
(Source: personal experience making a CNC mill, definitely not easy to get millimetric/submillimetric precision)
If you get your work licensed as a permissive thing (eg. for code, MIT), do you actually care that the university has their name in it too? I don't see any reason why a university would object.
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bbbranjan7"I'll go get some more females" sounds very normal when you're in a hardware lab