Sorry, I missed opening nominations this week. Better late than never…
Nominations are open for this week’s Project of the Week (PotW) and Community Gardener (CG) awards. You can nominate simply by replying to this thread. Self-nominations are allowed.
The selected project will be highlighted in the Maslow newsletter. The user will receive a “Project of the Week” or “Community Gardener” badge, tungsten carbide goodness from our friends @MakerMadeCNC.
The approximate weekly schedule is: nominations open right after the previous week’s poll posts, nominations close no earlier than Saturday, voting Sunday through Wednesday, polls close automatically on Wednesday. After nominations from the community have been made, I’ll post a poll for the community to pick a winner. If we don’t get enough nominations, I will randomly select projects from previous weeks’ nominations, the back issues of the Maslow newsletter, Made on Maslow, and of course the Community Garden website to appear in a poll. Projects that don’t win in a poll can be renominated on subsequent weeks. Any project can only win once, but any person can win multiple times.
What makes a PotW? It can be a project (old or new) made on a Maslow CNC that shows off the Maslow’s capabilities, or demonstrates a new way of using the Maslow, or just plain looks cool.
What makes a Community Gardener? It can be anyone who creates or contributes to a project on the Community Garden website (http://maslowcommunitygarden.org/). By posting to the CG, you make the project available to the community and you create the opportunity for other users to improve on your design. Vote however you like, but I hope to encourage collaborative projects.
Final note: like most things here on the forums, the community is what makes PotW/CG successful. Suggestions for improving the PotW/CG and volunteers to help run the thread are always welcome.
Also there have been some good ones on Instagram recently under the hashtag #maslowcnc like:
Some of these are older, but we haven’t seen them before so I’ll put them in too:
With the holidays and general busy-ness, I have not posted a poll for this thread, so I am going to make this a two-week vote. I will post a poll in a couple of days and top two vote-getters in each category will be declared winners.
Okay, it’s time for the Superpolls! Twice the nominees, twice the number of votes, twice the winners! You can vote for up to four in each category, and there are two categories, so scroll down and vote like crazy!
Project of the Week
- Superbender's Garden Fence with Look Through Desert Design
- clintloggins' Full Size Santa Sleigh
- Johnathon Cole @ Instagram's Practice engraving with CNC
- theHipNerd's Halftone Image Experiments
- Ian Coolen @ Instagram's Heart Step Stool
- All Day DIY @ Instagram's Thornburn Ranch Engraved Sign
- Arne2050 @ Instagram's Parametric Repetitive Pattern
- Art Works @ Instagram's Outdoor Sign
- Sharpsburg_Woodworke's Outdoor Christmas Show
Sharpsburg_Woodworke's Outdoor Christmas Show
Art Works @ Instagram's Outdoor Sign
Arne2050 @ Instagram's Parametric Repetitive Pattern
All Day DIY @ Instagram's Thornburn Ranch Engraved Sign
Ian Coolen @ Instagram's Heart Step Stool
theHipNerd's Halftone Image Experiments
Johnathon Cole @ Instagram's Practice engraving with CNC
clintloggins's Full Size Santa Sleigh
Superbender's Garden Fence with Look Through Desert Design
- Shield TLE5206
- Indi the Dingo Bitch Circumnavigates the Globe
- Wave Joint
- 3D Printed Chain Guides
- Community Garden Website
- MCM End Table
- Arduino Plug
- PlyPad Module 1 (Desk)
PlyPad Module 1 (Desk)
MCM End Table
Community Garden Website
3D Printed Chain Guides
Indi the Dingo Bitch Circumnavigates the Globe
I want to nominate these for next week before I forget
We have our double winners! For the Project of the Week, they were clintloggins’ Full Size Santa Sleigh and theHipNerd’s Halftone Image Experiments In the Community Garden, the winners were the Shield TLE5206 and the 3D Printed Chain Guides. There were lots of great projects to choose from. Thanks, everyone for sharing your builds!