These are pretty tiny things so they go kind of fast. I thought some of you may enjoy the process from start to finish (and then I start again)
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Location: Grand Rapids, Michigan
I am the Executive Director of The Geek Group and run TGG's machine shop -- this includes CNC equipment, as well as everything else you would need to work wood, metal and plastic. I integrate woodworking into the rest of my machining life, which means my woodworking is a little out of the ordinary. I like it that way.
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Trying to come up with a good use for the scraps, odds and ends and funny shaped pieces of wood I have in the shop… this is one of them. I’m happy with them so far! Quick and easy. Maple block with a little walnut laminated on top.