Greetings all, I have a vision to create an integrated system of unmanned vehicles** that can transfer and load and unload a standardized package autonomously, semi-autonomously, or remotely, depending on the application. The entire system will be modular and dynamically implementable, and have a plethora of applications, from commercial operations to being used for delivering urgently needed medical supplies to inaccessible places in inclement weather and/or at night. One of the fundamental goals is to create a high functioning system at a relatively low cost that fulfills a unique place in the market through continuous research, testing, and development. The applications in the humanitarian scope alone are massive. My goal in creating this system will be to have a real and functional impact on the world, changing the logistics of small items on a fundamental level, for the benefit of people, not simply to turn a profit (something I wouldn't mind, but don't see coming for some years in the development of this project, quite the opposite actually). Hence, as I have very, very little money to work with here, I would love to win a MiniMill, as it would assist in the prototyping and fabrication processes. I intend to begin prototyping when I return home at the end of November, as I am currently in El Salvador, completing my final month of missions work. Tentatively I will resume schooling in the fall of 2018 to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering, so as to further my skills and make the continued development of this system possible and to build a team to do it with me, as I am under no such illusion that I can pull this off on my own. All in all, I am excited to get my hands in it and think a MiniMill would be of assistance. Tyler Nash Note to moderator (MaryD): I made a mistake when posting this video for the first time. I accidentally posted the video twice in the same post and had no description. I looked for some time as to how I could go back and edit the post, but have yet to find a way. Would you be so kind as to go and delete that first post with the double videos in it? I would really appreciate it. Out of curiosity, and for future reference, is there a way for me to go and edit my posts? Thanks for your help! *Sorry I accidentally posted the video on there twice and forgot to add a description. **The unmanned vehicles tentatively include, but are not limited to: multirotor UAVs, fixed wing UAVs, ROVs, and very small unmanned boats.