This was I little project that I did recently.
I swapped out the plasma torch on my cnc plasma table for a router, and taught myself the programming to complete the sign. I had been wanting to try this ever since I got my table, and was finally given the opportunity when a local graphic designer came knocking. After some heavy thought, I got the router mounted and VERY slowly figured out how to make the program run the router.
The circle with the bird in it, is 1/4” hot rolled steel with a beeswax finish, and is flush with the surface of the wood.
The text near the bottom is 1/8” hot rolled steel, and also beeswaxed and sunk flush into the wood.
Dream car, but maybe in putty white…
DUST furniture in dwell!
Way to go guys! I still can’t believe you landed me a callout on the page too! Keep it up!
Who says suburbia can’t be hip?
Now, a squirt gun I made for a neighbor. Recharged via compressor.
We needed a few things to knock over at the range… The bottle cap on the left is for scale (it’s 5-6” tall).
Two pigs, and six chickens!
Chickens are placed at 200 meters, and pigs are at 300 meters. We generally shoot with iron sights, and show-up the guys with big $ optics.
It’s a bad photo, I know…
A customer asked if we could cut a groove offset of center around a ring, and this was the result. Ironically, The first ring blank I grabbed was my exact size. I will where it for a week, and see how it holds up to my abuse, and observe its comfort factor. So far, the groove feels mildly “sharp”…
We will see if this could be a new option for all of my rings..