Deena Mccoy Table November 21st, 2018 - 08:35:57
This drafting table and it turned out great this thing's really cool. It's got a lot of moving parts, it's kind of complicated and it was a lot of fun to build, and I want you how I did it hope you enjoy. What you just saw me do is I cut templates on the CNC of the parts that I want to duplicate, so I know that those templates are accurate in every way. Then I laid the template on the rough.
You know the rough cut out pieces and you know, drew out the lines and took it to the handsaw and rough cut it. I didn't cut it on the line. I cut it heavy so that I could use this guide. This trim bit with a guide bearing on it and this guide, the bearing would run across the template and you know, cut the accurate profile through there. So that's the way that worked out. I'm gonna leave it on here so that I can take it to the drill, press and drill these holes.
One thing I wanted to point out was this part here right here: has a lot of meat that I had to take out, and you probably saw me just take a little bit at a time, because if you get too aggressive with this, it will just water. It out it'll just tear it out, you'll have a train wreck, so I just took a little bit out at a time until I could, you know, feel comfortable just going. You know making the final pass on it, so these parts turned out really good and they're accurate to the template at this point