Building the hardware for Turn-by-Wire, and preparing to transport it to the UIST 2019 Demo Reception.
Always Be Knolling
Spindle and handwheel
2-part belt drive pulleys for spindle
old circuit boards
unpacked at the demo
Making some more quick storage before the free wood runs out…
Contains: (1) pullout drawers for component storage, (2) top drawer for metal working tools, and (3) space for 3D printers
Drawer construction made much easier with undermount mount drawer hardware
Free bin casters and dado routing
No more shears
I recently made a mitered frame to replace a pile of textbooks, using some prefinished plywood scrap.
Rather than making dimensioned drawings in CAD or by hand, I wrote an ordering of table saw setups and cuts that would yield a well fitting box, and the dimensions could be chosen as I worked with the physical material.
Decent miters, courtesy of a digital miter gauge. The face turned out better than the back.
Homemade (mostly) wooden hand plane
Many setups, one bed
Alignment holes for glue-up
5 second router table, to take some light chamfers
Waterjet steel sole, attached with fixturing tape
CNC for woodworking. Version 2.
A few pictures taken during the construction and assembly of MatchSticks.
Very groovy X axis
End cap for aluminum extrusion Y axis
Plunge axis that couples to the X axis