Oh and forgot to say earlier…Welcome to the Maslow community of users and congratulations for getting this far.
I am more than happy to support my fellow Maslovian.
The forum members are so friendly and helpful. I love my Maslow now that I got it “dialed in” and working well.
To be honest, I wanted to “curse” a few times getting everything to work smoothly from design concept to cut out and built, but still enjoy(ed) the discovery.
I look forward to see where we the community move the Maslow concept.
Mrbrixx, Did you forget about me?
Thank you very much. The only thing I see is the nc file.
Just starting to roll out projects on my MaslowCNC.
This one was done as a birthday present for my mother.
So how many cutting boards does your mom need?
These look great! What kind if wood is it?
One for each one on the table!
The wood is teak. Brazilian grown, FSC conform!
Please excuse typos & brevity!
Before and after Tung oil. Black walnut with white tinted epoxy. I would’ve been more diligent about bubbles if I had more time, there were a couple in the coordinates.
Made a couple of signs…
Just learning the joys of cleaning out all the letters of splinters, etc.
Gotta say I love using the 1/8” bit. Need to play with the RPMs to see what’s best… I slowed down the sled to 600 mm / min, and did just one pass at .15” depth. Doing 2 passes really burns up the clock, so my goal is one pass cutting for these pocket cut letters. Any tips would be appreciated.
Well I didn’t cut anything but I worked on making my work area more usable by putting radient barrier on the garage door. lol
@Dustcloud Try a downcut bit, they work great on any inlay/pocket cuts. This bit has been my work horse and has preformed pretty well.
I layered 3 bits of acrylic i had laying around to make a 10mm sled. Until now ive been using a square temp sled. Hoping for improved accuracy. Pretty happy with the look of a round semi see through sled
Looks pretty good. How does the acrylic slide across the cutting surface?
Looks great, hopefully it won’t scratch up too much from use. Let us know cause a see through sled would be awesome
Thank you, ive only cut the calibration bench mark at the moment and there wasn’t a noticeable difference compared to the mdf sled i was using prior. I think scratching will be an issue at some point, i did see a post about furniture movers on the base of sled so might look in to that down the track. But for now your right a see though sled is a pretty sweet addition
You should be able to wax the acrylic. Don’t think the furniture pads will work, as they might catch in your cuts.