Thursday, December 29, 2016

CNC steps aside for some good ol' sawdust making.


I'm currently working on a corner bench for our dining room. There's a lot of plywood to cut, so I temporarily removed the cnc stuff so I could use my radial arm saw. I made this video to show it still works as a saw and comes in handy when I need to crosscut a bunch of boards between 12 and 17 inches wide.

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  1. Hey Chip,
    How long did it take to remove the CNC router stuff?
    Regards, Steve

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    1. I think it was an hour or two. I only removed what I had to to get the saw back on and then a little adjustment to cut squarely. If I remember, I will time-lapse converting it back.

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