- Secret Passageway Switch
- Robot Recipes
- Robot Recipes: Copyright Infringement Edition
- Mobile Homes
- Crate & Barrel Turned Wood Ornaments
- Crate & Barrel Wood Grain House Ornaments
- Candle Scope
- Glow in the Spark
- Finn's Army
- Utility Belts
- Spoil Boards
- The Trophy Room
- Laser Turning
- Reinventing the Wheel Prototypes
- Stacked Lamination Experiments
- Rubber Origami
- Making Faces
- Fore-edge Subway Map
- How To's
I’ve done some scrap plywood glue ups in the past. And I’ve been happy with the results after they’ve been turned or milled. But glueing them at an angle has always a bit tricky. So I made a jig.
All from scrap MDF, this guy lets me adjust the angel of the slant. I hope it helps me experiment a lot more with this technique.
Been meaning to make a Tesla Valve for a long time. It still amazes me that this works with no moving parts.
The Sleeping Machine was one of my favorite experiments to come out of the 100 Days of Making class I took part in. It’s a simple crank mechanism made of laser cut acrylic, attached to a DC motor gear box.
I recently received a Oneway Drill Wizard jig. Problem was the post was for a 1″ diam tool rest base, luckily, it is removable. So I turned an aluminum post 5/8″ diam for my smaller lathe. Works great.