Monthly Archives: April 2015

Shelving and CNC

Last week was a real whirlwind.  I was over in Avon Indiana early in the week picking up my CNC router, then back home on Wednesday to pick up some more shelving for my storage space.  The shelves are of … Continue reading

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Home with a new machine

I’ve been looking at CNC routers for some time now, and last summer settled on the one that seems to meet my needs the most.  It is a Digital Wood Carver, and will take objects up to 24 by 40 … Continue reading

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Cutting Thins

One of the things I have to do is cut very thin slices of wood for my laminated paddles.  These usually come from wood that is about 1 inch thick, so I am limited to about 4 pieces of veneer … Continue reading

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The Header and Other Issues

I’ve had a love-hate relationship with the header image of this blog for quite some time.  It has very precise dimensions that are not easy to hit.  Further, when an image is uploaded to it, there are color variations from … Continue reading

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