I got the lower supports, hinge brackets, and the backstop on. Check it out!
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Location: West Virginia
I am a PhD engineer and research scientist who loves every aspect of wood. I grew up woodworking with my dad in his basement shop and have been woodworking for nearly 20 years. Now that I have my own place, I've started to set up my own shop and finally built my dream tool: a CNC Router Parts 48x96 CNC Router. I have dreamed about this tool since I was in high school and recently got it all working. My dream is to someday set up a shop and make a living (or at least some supplementary income) working out of the shop.
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Got the support rack glued up and weight tested. Watch the video to pick up a few tips and tricks to getting it flat and square. This has been a really fun project so far! Let’s hope it works and can be useful for myself and for others!
I started working on my sheet good storage system. For a small shop, this is ideal! When you don’t want to use it, you just fold it up and get it out of the way! See the first video in the series on how I made it!
I have a cnc router and have used it heavily in my shop because it is an extremely useful tool. However, it is not really the quickest and easiest tool to use. To make a simple cut, I have to go through as many as 3 programs, make a few calculat...
I saw AppJourneyman making very impressive inlay banding. I thought I would give it a try on my CNC Router. I had some scrap laying around and thought I would give it a try. It came out very good. Go over to 21st Century Woodworking for proj...