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post #2851 of 3031

How's this for a bit of life?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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post #2853 of 3031

Nice and simple i like that Drill.......:beerchug:

Makes me think of using one of those Brute Jackhammer.LOL

post #2854 of 3031

Tap handle stand is pretty sick

post #2855 of 3031

Yes that auger bit is just the thing to tap into beer or whisky barrel! 

post #2856 of 3031

This headphone stand doubles as a lamp (low voltage smd lights inside): 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #2857 of 3031
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This headphone stand doubles as a lamp (low voltage smd lights inside):

 

 

WOW!!! that is very cool!

post #2858 of 3031

Still looking for Omega Stand CNC files if anyone has some they are willing to share lol. I can't seam to make decent paths :'(

post #2859 of 3031
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Still looking for Omega Stand CNC files if anyone has some they are willing to share lol. I can't seam to make decent paths :'(


It would be quiet a neat project to 3D print.

post #2860 of 3031
Indeed, but my school's printer bed is only 8x10x8 I think or something like that so it wouldn't be big enough.

I've been using the CNC for amplifier tops and faceplates, it cuts aluminum like butter. I used the Laser Cutter for my last amp project (wood)and it was awesome, but it can't cut metal. The CNC is awesome for metal.
post #2861 of 3031

Meet the new member of the family. Fred the Head

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post #2862 of 3031

lol Fred the head, love the eyes great post and a neat stand.

post #2863 of 3031

Thanks Jamie.

The hardest part was finding a good pair of glass eyes of the correct size. Then I mounted Fred on part of an old iPad stand I had. He seems happy enough.


Edited by Bazzman - 6/12/14 at 3:55pm
post #2864 of 3031
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Meet the new member of the family. Fred the Head

 

Freaking awesome.  You guys inspired me to try and make something out of a beer growler and pvc pipe but, i gave up when I didn't have anything to weigh down the growler and hold the pipe in place

post #2865 of 3031

Since you are you using a PVC pipes can you fill it with sand to put weight? 

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