Author: kmdgadmin

We are currently working on a larger format coffee table that is a bit more practical than the “small format” coffee table. The top is 47" x 24" and will have a thicker, hardwood laminate to help the durability of the surface. The base is also...

Trying to find something that is unique and saleable, is a tough thing. There are a lot of folks doing CNC, but a lot of it is the same thing over and over. These items are usually pretty affordable. The “unique” part is what is...

This is a project that we have been wanting to do for awhile, but the opportunity and the means to do it haven’t been available until now. With the acquisition of the Maslow, this becomes a bit more realistic. The original project came about in the...

The machine has been a bit more finicky than anticipated and we have had to integrate modifications in a “trial and error way” to eliminate the problems. We are experiencing problems with “chain skip” and “roll under” and this has kept the machine down for an...

We decided to put together a simple, standard welcome sign as a test. [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id="7" gal_title="Welcome Sign, Standard"]   Sign specs: Sign is: Dimensions: 12″ x 48″ 1/2" sanded birch plywood Two color: black and white (sprayed then main surface sanded) Finish is spray gloss enamel Backside is finished...

When starting out, we thought that the machine was pretty well dialed in in terms of the calibration. We didn’t do the final calibration and didn’t realize that things were more than a “bit” out-of-kilter. After running what was supposed to be a circular logo and not...