First make

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  • #15406
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    Matt saeger
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    For the person complaining about people only posting machine builds 🙂 here is my first thing made.

    https://goo.gl/photos/TfvBdr2cyoGog1ij6

    Just 1/4″ plywood cut through with a 1/8″ up cut spiral bit.

    Next one I need to engrave the part numbers on the pieces so I can tell where they go. I also need to make the slots bigger so the intended audience can actually put it together. On this one I errored on the side of too tight for fear of it falling apart.

    #15432
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    vicious1
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    Nice I think If I could find a scorpion my little 5 year old shop helper would really have fun with one of those.

    #16499
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    Matt saeger
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    Here’s the larger version with a 4 year old for scale.

    https://goo.gl/photos/FWsvVQSJjETHty3i8

    #16518
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    Barry
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    Dude! That’s cool!

    #16544
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    Matt saeger
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    Thanks! There were two pieces that I had to cut by hand because they were too big. Next summer I will make the build area bigger.

    #16587
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    waynec
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    Hi Matt did you use the free Autodesk 123D make app to crate the sections to be cut?

    see link below.

    AutoDesk 123 make

    #16619
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    Matt saeger
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    Now he tells me 🙂

    Thanks I will download it and see if I can figure it out. I couldn’t really do it with estlcam and I couldn’t figure out the fusion 360 cam at all.

    #16653
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    Matt saeger
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    I read your reply wrong. No I did not use that program I bought the dxf file from makecnc.com

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