- 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 video of the CAMaster factory in Cartersville Georgia. Here is a video of a Gentec T3 build for CAMaster.
Here are a few demo sample files that came with the Trotec laser, the first 2 pictures of laser engraving in wood the 3rd picture is a sample of cutting paper and also engraving into paper.
After a few hours of drawing I finally cut a paper version of a wrought iron fence for my wife’s miniature house, the fence is 14.5″ long x 3″ high.
Well my new Trotec laser engraver is setup so new it’s time to run some demos to learn how to use it. Here is a sample business card the material is way to think but I just wanted to try … Continue reading
Here are 2 carved cedar signs I recently made for a customer, I first gave 2 coats of shellac to the bare wood to ensure the paint would not soak into the cedar grain. I then proceeded to carve the … Continue reading
A co-worker asked if I could mill flat two coffee table maple slabs both sides, I was thinking how am I going to hold the down on the spoilboard. I came up with the idea of making two biscuit slots … Continue reading
I just finished my first test run making a hollow spiral barley twist post on the recoil, it is made from a 4″x4″ post. I bought the barley twist bit from http://www.magnate.net/index.cfm?eve…roup&theID=240 Total machine time = 17 minutes What I … Continue reading
I have been using an old workmate as my ATC workstation, it didn’t look very professorial when the customers came to my workshop. So I decides to make a tall corner cabinet, the countertop is 44″ off the ground (I … Continue reading
My wife and I just visited the IWF 2012 in Atlanta this year ……. I was a great show, here are a few pictures of the CAMaster booth