- 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 are 3 home theater signs made from 1/2″ MDF, finish size is 14″ wide by 9 1/2″ high. Cutting time on the CNC was around 2 hours per sign. Here is an update picture of the signs installed.
Well my new Cobra X3 is finally in my workshop. I hired a flat bed tow truck to pick up the Cobra from the transport depot. At the depot they loaded the machine onto the flat bed using a fork … Continue reading
I made a new work bench for my workshop, since I use power tools 90% of the time I needed to build myself a work bench / assemble table. I built the face frames and door frames from poplar, the … Continue reading
The all-new JWBS-14DXPRO 14″ Deluxe Bandsaw from JET (shown here with optional fence) has been fully redesigned to meet the needs of today’s most demanding woodworkers. Gone are the days of adding a riser block; this 14″ bandsaw comes with … Continue reading
A jointer can machine a face or edge of a board perfectly flat and straight. It can also make adjoining surfaces square to each other. What it can’t do is make any surfaces parallel to each other. That is the … Continue reading
Here is my new CAMaster Cobra X3 at the manufacturers in the final testing stage, should be ready in a week or so. CAMaster’s flagship is the Cobra Series CNC. The Cobra is a truly versatile industrial Router. The best … Continue reading
I finally got round to making a spoilerboard for my Stinger CNC router. I cut 3 pieces of ¾” MDF and screwed them down to the Stinger top, leaving the “T” slots open so I could use them for clamping … Continue reading
Here is a slide show of the CAMaster booth at the IWF in Atlanta 2010.
Today Monday 12th July is the big day, I spent a few hours checking everything and it was finally time to set the CNC in action, Jim McGrew helped me via the internet … Thanks Jim.
Well today Friday 9th July my new CAMaster arrived.