On Sunday June 21st, I held a Live Sunday Workshop via Zoom. The topic was about how to design a modern hall table in CAD and setup your CNC to machine it. I showed how to convert the 2D furniture from the previous workshop into 3D carved furniture. Lots to see! Speaking of which, here’s a link to the recording on my YouTube Channel…
Digital Woodworking Q and A
On Sunday May 31st I held a Live Sunday Workshop via Zoom. The topic was an open Q & A. After receiving and answering a number of questions on the topic of Digital Woodworking before the event I turned to take live questions. Lots of stuff to see! Speaking of which, here’s a link to the recording on my YouTube Channel… youtube.com/digitalwoodworking.
May 31st, Live Sunday Workshop
See you at the next Sunday Workshop on June 14th.
“Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.” *
First, thanks to everyone who attended our first three Sunday Workshops. I was planning on sending out an annoucement today, but unfortunately, an urgent family matter must take precedent. The May 3rd live workshop is postponed for two weeks.
Therefore, the next workshop will be on May 17, 2020 at 1 pm PDT. I hope to see you then.
The date topic will be…
May 17, 2020 1 pm PDT
Digital Woodworking Tips and Tricks
For many years I’ve been developing and collecting various ideas, tips and techniques on how to work better, smarter, more efficiently and new ways to improve workflow using Digital Woodworking tools. The result is my personal collection of tips and tricks. I’m a bit obsessive about such things, so be prepared. It’s a big list. One even involves paper. Stay tuned!
Later in the workshop, I’ll open up for questions for the remainder of the 45-minute event.
* A quote often attributed to John Lennon, but its origin is writer Allen Saunders.
Topic: Tooling for Digital Woodworkers
With the wide range of tooling available, woodworkers that use CNC are understandably confused by all the choices in bits and mills you have to choose from. In the Live Sunday Workshop, I’ll explain the basic theories and help you choose a set of bits and mills that work best for cutting wood.
The April 5th Live Sunday Workshop begins at 1 pm PDT (8 pm UDT)
Follow the link below approximately 10 minute before the event to get logged into the Zoom meeting. Once you’re online, make sure you mute video and audio on your end and click the chat button so that you can ask questions during the workshop.
For those that weren’t able to attend, here’s a link to the recorded Sunday Workshop from last week. It will be available for one week.