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Sports Coasters

Sports Coasters

We love making cool stuff. It’s always great to see someone’s reaction when they receive something that they don’t expect. We know a lot of sports fans who like all things sports-related….especially when it’s something that isn’t easy to come by. That’s where the coaster comes in. It’s simple and small, yet it makes a great impression about the kinds of things that you are able to offer. We’ve been giving sports-related coasters for quite some time now. We like to give them as gifts for all types of occasions. You won’t find Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on October 18, 2012 in CNC, Coaster, Design, Paint

 

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Redwood Shower Stool

Redwood Shower Stool

This was one of those fun projects where you tend to get so absorbed in the progress that you lose track of time! It’s a stool/chair/seat made for a shower or sauna and it’s made of Redwood. The design looks a bit complicated whereas the process is actually rather simple. It uses a technique called wood bending. You basically take a bunch of thin strips of wood and bend them around a form. There’s quite a bit of machining to prepare the wood for bending. You can’t just Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on June 7, 2012 in Furniture

 

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Dremel Battering Ram

Dremel Battering Ram

It’s that time of year again….Dremel called me last week and asked me to work on a new project for their upcoming North American Sales Conference. This years project: a Battering Ram. I didn’t get many details, outside of a material list, a picture of their original concept, and the usual “just make it look cool.” Done and done. The battering rams would have to have wheels because they would be traveling down a track or ramp and would end up hitting something. What was the something? I have no idea……those details weren’t necessary because they weren’t given to me. Outside of the generic list of materials given to the teams, the one specific requirement was that all battering rams had to have a specific place for a

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Posted by on January 19, 2012 in Design, Dremel

 

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