Wood, wood, wood! And the metal bits that hold and shape wood. Mostly the latter, hand powered metal wood working tools, because I like shaping wood and making things out of metal. Occasionally, I’ll actually make a furniture like thing. Electrons will be used and abused when I don’t feel like listening to the stereo. Bicycles and other odds and ends will make appearances.
- And a button pusher I shall be. Been swiping knobs so I decided to learn to print the them. Which was harder than expected and the new plastic is stringie. But they work well.Stackable parts bins for all those projects I don't finish. With this design I don't need supports when printing. I can make different heights by changing one dimension (in F360) and print four at a time (hopefully before the universe ends). Got some nasties somewhere, I think F360 but maybe the slicer (which has issues however you slice it).Silly time - break a cheap drawer, spend $15 on an entire new unit or 4 1/2 hours to print a new drawer (ignoring cad time)? The Jammy Machinist strikes again.