Now that’s a work center to consider!!!Enjoy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdaN0LXGoRY&feature=player_embedded
About two weeks ago Hopdevil posted a question to the forum about shelving he had seen in the Martha Stewart Magazine. It is called birds beak shelving.Well thank you Hopdevil, a gun went off in my head. This would be the perfect project for the Torque WorkCentre.So off I went to my shop with video camera in hand and shot this remedial video showing how easy this project was to make. It was more difficult to get the camera and my mouth working at the same time so I think it shows how I really...
She is all aligned X, Y, and Z.It wasn’t as difficult as I thought it would be to align.I was dragging my feet because I don’t enjoy calibrating machinery.Alignment was simple and only took me less than 45 minutes. The table top is two sheets of MDF stacked. I left the lower one 8 ft and cut the upper one to the length of the bed 79” and butted countertop to it over the cabinet.I routed the lower table with slots to fit the width of a carriage bolt head with a washer....
The Torque Workcentre is FINALLY in it’s new home.I will admit it has been some time since the box arrived from Australia,good things are worth waiting for !I was actually waiting on my husband to clean out the half of the garage he claimed as his,because without this extra room I had no place to set her up.I can’t really complain because in the process of cleaning he painted the walls and ceiling to reflect better light,and he hung a shop light for me over the Torque work area. W...
From Queensland Austalia, over 9000 miles in about 7 weeks on an ocean freighter, the Torque WorkCentres have arrived at my home in Connecticut. I have been pacing the shop the whole time, waiting anxiously for it’s arrival, imagining and dreaming about projects I can do with this machine.Yesterday afternoon the tractor trailer pulled up to the end of my 600 ft long driveway and the driver unloaded all 880 lbs of two machines. He was kind and escorted the boxes to my shop front on the p...
Had a full day yesterday, filming the Torque Work Centre,Aaron and Luke came down from Yandina. They make the tool with Keith, who couldn’t make it down.And Stuart arrived with his trusty video camera to take some footage of the machine in action.Had a blast and learned a few more things the wee beastie can do.For a start we just set it up with a router [Makita 3612C ] and did some basic rabbets dados and grooves.Cut an arc and did some angle routing. Pretty cool.\Then we made a board u...
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