TV cabinet doors inserts "Liquid plywood style"

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Project by bonitum posted 175 days ago 3881 views 45 times favorited 27 comments Add to Favorites Watch

New design for my old TV cabinet doors.
I created smooth low high relief then it milled with CNC machine. I have made it from plywood. I call it “Liquid plywood style”. I see that this technique with plywood looks very interesting. I’m still working with new “Liquid plywood style” reliefs. Some of my reliefs you can find on cgtrader.


-- Bonitum

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#1 posted 175 days ago

I love this. and I have a very similar CNC carver coming soon. thanks for the inspiration!

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#2 posted 175 days ago

sa…...weet! that is so awesome! cannot wait to get a CNC machine!

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#3 posted 175 days ago

That’s very impressive.

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#4 posted 175 days ago

wow, that is pretty cool and interesting to look at.

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#5 posted 175 days ago

Beautiful and very unique!

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#6 posted 175 days ago

This is such a cool technique and it is so simple! Not taking away from the time, but the concept is so simple for such an impressive outcome. Thanks for sharing. I love the new doors!

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#7 posted 175 days ago

that’s crazy good. Simple materials. Great outcome. could really turn out something that would sell here.

This reminds me of a map… How about doing a topical map? mountain ranges in 3d? Do the city names and highways- rivers etc engraved? man that would be cool. Take some time to buld the model/find it but you could crank them out, slap a simple frame on them and sell for a premium!

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#8 posted 175 days ago

Makes me drool for a cnc machine. It looks amazing. Have you though of using DymondWood or SpectraPly panels or gluing up your own? That would be even cooler with the layers different colors.

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#9 posted 175 days ago

That is very unique and very beautiful.
It is hard to figure out what it really is until you look very close.
If you were to paint that with a silver paint it could pass for tin panels.

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#10 posted 175 days ago

Awesome technique and the results completely transform your cabinet! Love it!

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#11 posted 175 days ago

Way, way cool!

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#12 posted 175 days ago

Stunning. Thanx for sharing.

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#13 posted 175 days ago

Great use of new technology, thanks for sharing.

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#14 posted 175 days ago

Awsome idea! Who said that playwood can’t be interesting for some serious woodworking.

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#15 posted 174 days ago


I absolutely go with Jasonjenkins, test it with some topo info and make a map, it would be amazing!

I live in a mountain area and was thinking of transferring a topographic map of the area in a coffe table, but if I had a CNC, I would try a carved map under a glass. That would be a really cool cofee table!


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