- 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
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Tag Archives: stinger
Well it’s been about 18 months I have been using my Stinger on a temporary table with extensions cords. Well I finally finished the table today. The base is made from 4″ x 4″ with 2″ x 8″ stretchers upper … Continue reading
This project is a deer carved in a dish with a forest background. The design is from Vectric Wild life DVD. Material is African mahogany 15/16″ thick, 11 1/4″ wide by 16 3/4 high. I V-Carved my name on the … Continue reading
Here is my latest 3D work I made yesterday, I got the idea from Michael T over on the Vectric forum. The clock is 10.5″ wide, 17.5″ tall and 1.25″ thick, the material is Hickory. Roughing – .25 end mill … Continue reading
My wife wanted a large Lazy Susan and since she like the basket weave design this is what I came up with, The material African Mahogany and there is no finish on it yet, my wife will do the finishing … Continue reading
Here is my latest project, it’s a 3D carving for above a door. The design is from Vectric Wild life DVD. Material is African mahogany 1 1/8″ thick, 34″ long x 10″ high, the 3D carving is 32″ long x … Continue reading
Here is a project I made for my wife for Valentines day, this project was designed by Michael Tyler (www.carvebuddy.com) and hosted by Vectric (www.vectric.com) Here is the link Project Tutorial – I used Bubinga wood for the main project … Continue reading
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.
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
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.
My new CNC router should arrive next week then I hope to start creating some 3D parts.