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Acrylic and Wood Fidget Spinner
After receiving an aluminum fidget spinner in the mail from master maker and CNC ace Tony Rouleau, I had to try my hand at making one, so I fired up Fusion 360 and my Digital Wood Carver to produce one in mahogany and acrylic. TONY'S CHANNEL - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5fLXedqTq0OMlwXdpOfQBA Special thanks go out to my co-workers Kate and Jim for helping me tell this story. Follow me on social media Facebook - http://facebook.com/gregsgaragekc Twitter - http://twitter.com/steelsplinters Instagram - http://instagram.com/gregsgaragekc





CNC Hold Down Clamps
I had a little scrap wood lying around and decided it was time to upgrade my clamping situation so I can actually use the t-slots on my CNC table. FUSION MODEL AND PLANS ARE ON MY WEBSITE - http://gregsgaragekc.com/store/#!/Plans/c/19988113/offset=0&sort=normal Follow me on social media Facebook - http://facebook.com/gregsgaragekc Twitter - http://twitter.com/steelsplinters Instagram - http://instagram.com/gregsgaragekc





A $169 3D Printer Surprised Me
3D PRINTER EBAY AFFILIATE LINK - http://ebay.to/2eAdDDB I wanted to dip my toe into the 3d Printing world, but I didn't want to commit a small fortune to the experiment, so I bought a DIY kit on Ebay for $169 (link below). While not SUPER high quality, the pieces go together with very little effort and everything fits. I was missing a screw for the z-axis limit switch and the screws for the extruder were too short, but $.45 at the hardware store and I was in business. The piece you see in the video was legitimately the first run of the printer. I had no troubles with the extruder, the PLA or any of the motors. If you encounter any wiring questions check out this site for the answers - http://www.geeetech.com/wiki/index.php/GT2560 Follow me on social media Facebook - http://facebook.com/gregsgaragekc Twitter - http://twitter.com/steelsplinters Instagram - http://instagram.com/gregsgaragekc





Neck Workstation
Join me as I build a neck rest for restringing and repairing guitars. I call it a "Neck Workstation" because it organizes all the tools I typically use when I am working on the headstock end of a guitar. I used African Mahogany and Curly Maple for the body of the neck rest and I used Butcher Block oil/wax for the finish. Follow me on social media Facebook - http://facebook.com/gregsgaragekc Twitter - http://twitter.com/steelsplinters Instagram - http://instagram.com/gregsgaragekc




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