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
Second workshop added. On June 8-9th, I’ll hold an exclusive two-day class for 2-4 students in my shop. We’ll cover basics, beyond the basics and advanced techniques in Digital Woodworking. Here’s the Class Syllabus and Schedule. Contact Tim for more information.
On April 27-28th, I’ll hold an exclusive two-day class for 2-4 students in my shop. We’ll cover basics, beyond the basics and advanced techniques in Digital Woodworking. The syllabus and schedule will be coming soon. Contact Tim for more information.
I’ve been writing, editing and YouTubing a new series on my CNC grid system. Always a very popular subject in my digital woodworking classes, these methods for setting up your CNC make setting up, aligning and positioning parts a piece of cake. Watch my blog at Popular Woodworking for more.
At some point in this online world, you face the reality that you have to do videos. If for nothing more then to explain complex subject matter better. And so, for better or worse I started to post videos on YouTube. I do promise to get better. Really.
First up, is a review of a great small shop size CNC machine: The Laguna IQ. I’ve been putting this to work for a few weeks and have found it to be solid, accurate, spec’d well, nicely engineered and well built CNC.
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Here’s a link to the channel: digital.woodworking