- British Pub
- Bling box – Retirement gift
- Shop Counter Top
- Miniature street sandwich board sign
- Pneumatic pop-up pin
- Wooden dice
- Row of houses
- Installing phenolic top
- Vacuum plenum preparation
- Vacuum pump
- Video of CAMaster factory
- Demo Samples
- Paper wrought iron fence
- Wooden Business Card
- 2 carved cedar signs.
- Milling coffee table maple slabs
- Spiral Barley Twist
- Decided to make a new computer station for my CNC
- IWF 2012
- Some ATC Pictures
Author Archives: Mick
Here is a miniature British pub my wife finished a few weeks ago.
I built two Bling Boxes using the Vectric Project designed by Michael Tyler as retirement boxes. Both boxes were made using Padouk with a Corian inlay in the lid. Box 1 Box 2
I have just finish building a shop counter top. I still have to do some sanding and staining to do. OH I forgot to say, this is a mini shop counter top
Here is a miniature street sandwich board sign I cut using 1/8″ and 1/16″ Baltic birch for the Cottage Club miniaturists, the scale is 12:1 the height of the sandwich board sign is 3″ high and 2″ wide.
I decided to install pneumatic pop-up pin along the X and Y axis of my spoilboard to index sheet good (plywood, MDF etc…)
Here is a set of wooden dice I made for an engineer, I used 1/8″ Baltic Birch plywood. The size of the dice is 1.5 cube.
I cut a bunch of miniature row of houses in corrugated cardboard for Janet Oliver (designer) for Cottage Club miniaturists, length is 3″ long x 1″ high. You can compare it against the size of the penny.
In my prior post I removed the two layers of MDF and was down to the bare CNC frame, my friend Mike Queen from Wincnc (CAM software) wrote a G-Code file that I use with my digitizing touch probe to … Continue reading
I have been thinking about a vacuum plenum for my new Hurricane vacuum system I was going to use MDF but I then decided if I am going to create a vacuum plenum ….. do it right the first time. I … Continue reading