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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





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





Parts Bin Storage Shelves - Garage Make Over - Part 1
My garage / shop needs a MASSIVE makeover. I have piles on top of piles and its time to get organized and re-build my shop to support the way I work. This is Part 1 in my Garage Make Over Series. My Stanely / Fat Max / Dewalt Storage Bins (link below) are at the heart of the build. I have 7 of them that will store all my loose fasteners and they will need to be packed neatly away. My local steel supplier sells their plasma table skeletons for the weight of scrap metal. I grabbed a couple to dress up the sides of my shelves. I like the look of them. This was also the first run of my Milwaukee Metal Cutting Circular Saw. It ripped through 10 ga sheet metal (~1/8" thick) like it was plywood. Affiliate eBay links: MILWAUKEE METAL CUTTING CIRCULAR SAW: http://ebay.to/29FGB56 HOBART HANDLER MIG WELDER: http://ebay.to/29OtElt HYPERTHERM PLASMA CUTTER: http://ebay.to/2a4w5SP DEWALT PARTS BINS: http://ebay.to/2a2CUHT Music: Perséphone - Retro Funky (SUNDANCE remix) 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




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