Dennis Atwood recently got into the hobby of woodworking. Wanting a sawmill of his own, he built one with materials from his backyard.Continue Reading
Printrbot’s new CNC router revolutionizes CNC by making your material the table — a small machine with huge capabilities at a fraction of the cost.Continue Reading
These are not your average cutting boards. Not only are they beautiful, but the folks at Larch Wood Canada want to show you how they’re made.Continue Reading
Chris Bathgate has been making incredibly detailed and finely machined sculptures for several years. When we saw him, we were immediately infatuated with his work, and have kept an eye on him since. Recently, he has been exploring new methods such as 3D printing, and even creating works of art from his blueprints. [vimeo 83490980 […]Continue Reading
We know that all of you people that have laser cutters, plotters, vinyl cutters, CNC mills, and 3D printers will be creating many many snowflakes this year. Why not make every one of them unique? Inventables has a web based tool for creating unique and interesting snowflakes hosted on their website that allows you to […]Continue Reading
TabLeft’s Cyclone Dust Separator utilizes a Thien baffle and shop vac to keep work areas free from debris.
It can be constructed using common items found in most workshops, including plywood and PVC pipe.Continue Reading
Defense Distributed, the group that has been making headlines by using 3D printers to make guns and gun parts has some new headline material. They’ve just released their own CNC Mill, called the Ghost Gunner, specifically aimed at manufacturing reliable firearm parts. The term “Ghost Gunner” is a reference to the fact that these parts, […]Continue Reading