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  1. Black Cherry Office Desk (with 20mm Dog Holes)

    . I'm a big fan of mixing 3D printing and woodworking (go ahead, throw rocks…I can catch) I'm also a big fan of my MultiFunction Slab in the garage. I've been 3D printing custom bench dogs for that and it's been awesome! so I built an office desk that incorporates the 20mm dog hole concept...
  2. 350lb of Dining Room Table - Legacy Build

    Hi folks, first post here. Looks like my kind of place. :) This project took nearly 2 years for me to build (because…. reasons) but was completed last week and has already been the focal point of a lot of family and guest meals. From bottom to top: 3D printed feet to protect the flooring...
  3. Homemade Systainer Cart

    I was able to combine a little 3D printing with woodworking and built a systainer cart. I was able to build mine for just the cost of the caster wheels. The rest of the supplies I already had on hand. Most of the work for the systainer cart was cut out for me because the model for the 3D...
  4. ZCI Fence for my Combination Bevel Sled.

    Boys and Girls, I sincerely apologise for my impropriety and profound taradiddle, as my project Combination Bevel Sled for small parts, as it was originally posted, was not fully completed. While I utilise skins on my other sleds' fence (gallery photos 5 & 6), it wasn't till I was confronted...
  5. Jigs & Fixtures
    Hey everyone, I just wanted to share my version of the thin strip jig that I used (am using) for a cutting board project. The project was inspired by the various standard jigs out there, but I adjusted the dimensions to fit my needs (and printer limitations). Everything is 3d printed down to the...
  6. Safety in the Woodworking Shop
    Title pretty much says it all. I'm not interested in concerns over cut quality. Simply whether there are any safety risks in using only one of the outer blades from a dado set. To answer your, why the heck would you even want to do that question, here's the deal. I designed a throat plate that...
  7. CNC Woodworking
    Hello, everyone: I'm new here but not new to woodworking although the difference between what I know how to do and can at the moment do is significant. I have designed over the past few years quite a few interesting projects that I want now to drag into reality. One is a lens-less camera...
  8. Blogs
    Drink Espresso in Style If there is one thing that gets me more excited than woodworking, it is 3D printing. My best days are when I can 3D print something that indulges the word nerd within. That is why I'm so excited to share this with you! I don't own a 3D printer myself (I would buy an...
  9. Blogs
    3D Printing for the Workshop Recently, there have been a couple of threads about 3D printing. I know very little about the subject but am fortunate that my son had a 3D printer and printed some things for me from PLA filament. His printer is a PRUSA i3 MK3. Some of his design work has been...
  10. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I apologize for the trolling title. The sky isn't falling-not exactly. I just read an article that I have to share-more on that later. Ink jet technology is pretty much old hat now and CNC machines are being made in home basements. Still, I'm amazed at how rapidly 3D printing is developing. A...
  11. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    In the ongoing struggle of "man vs machine", there have been many milestones. Garry Kasparov vs Deep Blue, Sara Connors vs the T-1000, George Jestson vs "this crazy thing", etc… But today another epic battle has been fought: Man vs Makerbot! The low-down is this: Jorg Sprav, of The Slingshot...
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