• Hello, I am looking for someone to fabricate 4 wood tables for a restaurant (30"X 48" with metal or wood legs). Repurposed wood is fine. We have a walnut, natural edge customer counter and are looking to add 2 8 foot tables at a later time. Compensation included, of course. Thank you! ;-)
    Valerie S. Valerie S.
    Thank you everyone for your replies! I apologize for the huge delay in my reply. This was my first post on here, so I thought the site would notify me if someone responded (but it didn't). I just saw the replies last night when I logged back in on my...
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  • Hello all, I'm looking for some cheap strong wood for laser cutting (0.25" - 0.5" thick), do you have any suggestions? I'll be using the laser to just cut shapes out, no engraving. Brand names or types would be useful, and so would a recommendation for where to purchase it. Thanks! -Jeff
    Martin M. Martin M.
    I got 5mm plywood from Lowe's. Works great.
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  • https://youtu.be/v9l38FoE4tg - What do you think! Does the 3D walnut wood carving look like the photo in the video? A customer requested a 3D wood carving of the ship his Dad served on during WWII. The USS Baltimore CA 68. Using Aspire 8, I imported an engineering image of the top and side views of the USS Baltimore into Aspire 8. Then created dozens of 3D objects that resulted in the finished CNC wood carving looking like the side view photo in the video of the USS Baltimore. Do you think th...
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    Clarence N. Clarence N.
    Thank you Eric, your comment and watching the video is a great help to me. Lee Noring 530 668-1132
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  • Hello, I'm in need of a 5-6" wooden mallet with a domed (round) hitting face. I would love to learn how to make one (and pay for lesson of course) or else can buy one. If anyone can help out I would really appreciate it. Feel free to reply back or message me. Thanks!
    Jenny Y. Jenny Y.
    I'm glad to be of some help :) I'd love to hear back from you on who's available for private lessons and such, as I'd also love to learn as well.
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