The modern parametric bench December 2019 issue of Popular Woodworking magazine can be made in several ways. But, using a CNC is the fastest. The DXF and PDF files are ready for download on the download page. If you’ve signed up for the mailing list, then you have the access information you need. If you haven’t signed up yet, just fill out the form below and then you’ll be able to access the download page and project files.
The December 2019 issue of Popular Woodworking magazine features my latest article building a modern parametric bench using a new furniture making method: spine and rib furniture construction. You can build it with a CNC, a Shaper Origin hand-held CNC or with just a router and jig saw thanks to a new shaping technique. Look for the issue to get the whole story and follow this link to see my PWW blogs posts on additional details, tips and methods for making your own parametric bench.
Inlays present several challenges for digital woodworkers. CNCing them involves choices in speed, depth of cut, bit choices and offset strategies. Recently, I helped a friend on Mother of Pearl inlay project and I just uploaded the story and a YouTube video on the topic at my blog at Popular Woodworking Magazine. For the story and video, just click here
On March 14-15th, 2020 and June 20-21, 2020 I’ll hold exclusive two-day classes for 2-4 students at my shop. We’ll cover basics, beyond the basics and advanced techniques in Digital Woodworking. Whether you new to these tools and techniques, just want to learn more or more advanced, these workshops are custom designed for each student’s needs. Here are the Class Syllabus and Schedule. Contact Tim for more information.