Few weeks ago, I started wondering if I should start a few projects. This will help in revising what I've learnt from the many generous folks whom had, one way or another, taught me about machining.
Like all the projects I've done so far, I always like to model them in 3D CAD so that I've a visual of what I'm doing and plan my approach. This has been my habit given my little experience in the hobby and it is regardless of whether I'm going manual or CNC.
I've not started work as my shop is still in a mess. But the CAD has just been completed.
First, the pic from the man himself:
This is the result after assembly:
Most of the parts are to be made in steel, except the 2 types of hinges which are aluminium, and the eccentric cam part which is to be in brass. I'll start sourcing for material this week if time permits, otherwise, it will be after the Lunar New Year.
Turning in early tonight as I'll be running a roadshow tomorrow. Till the next time... Be greatly blessed!