One project I agreed to make for my brother seemed pretty straight forward. It was a hyper adjustable desktop made from a single sheet of plywood and 12 LF of closet rod. This was before owning any type of a CNC machine.
If you would like to see what I am talking about, here is the link.
This is a really cool design, I started with the uprights that had many 45-degree cutouts with a radius bottom to accommodate a closet rod. I was having so much trouble making a template or even a proof of concept that looked professional. The project was on hold, up until I picked up the Maslow! I originally saw it on “Tested” maybe two years ago. I loved everything about the concept and the price was with in reach to finally obtain the power of a CNC router. Thanks to a black Friday ad I stumbled across, a decision was made to make the purchase.
This was the first real project I got to use the machine on. I spent a morning learning adobe Illustrator to figure out how to create the shape that I would use to image trace onto Easel (inventables). Once I had the G-code I was off and running. Check out the picture of my first cuts on the project, perfect in every way and done in a single day. This saved me soo many hours of frustration, I am overjoyed by this success. So very happy.
Thanks, I have not been here long but have been going through the posts!