MPCNC Projects for 2017

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  • #50267

    Sean
    Participant

    I thought I would share some of the projects I did this year with the help of my MPCNC.

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    #50278

    Sean
    Participant

    Some more from 2017

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    #50280

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Heck yes, my favorite kind of thread. I need to add all these to the gallery ASAP.

    You do great work, thank you for taking the time to share it!

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    #50288

    Sean
    Participant

    Last one….  for 2017

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    Jeffeb3
    Participant

    Great work. I really love the IBEW one. The Patriots one also really pops.

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    #50292

    Barry
    Participant

    Nice!

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    #50296

    JDGreen
    Participant

    What a fun idea.

    I started over with a new machine from scratch this year.

    Trying to get better at milling aluminum, using the laser.

    jeffeb3…I’m even trying a PiCNC hat with GRBL soon.

    Ryan…thank you again for a great machine…Best Wishes for 2018

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    #50335

    Neil
    Participant

    Excellent work. How did you go about cutting that foam in your glock box?

    Neil

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    #50337

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Whoa, You have been busy, the colors really bring those to life.

    #50363

    Sean
    Participant

    Neil

    I used a 1mm for the lid foam and a 3mm for the pistol and magazine cutouts. I got the foam from a NC company called Carolina Custom Foam. It’s denser than standard gun case foam. I don’t know if we can submit links here, but if you google that it should take to their page.

    I will be doing the same for the Springfield Armory box, just waiting for the foam.

    #50364

    Johnny
    Participant

    I love that Springfield lid. Looks amazing. I might have to steal your idea for some boxes in the future. All your projects look great!

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    #50483

    Sean
    Participant

    Jonny. The Springfield box is still in progress. Will post more pics when it’s done.

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    Jd Tolliver
    Participant

    Wow, great work sean. Definitely have an artistic talent about you. On that note, how in the world did you paint these? Usually on something one color its no big deal to just paint the whole piece of stock that one color and mill out the details, but with several colors?? Please spread your wisdom my friend.

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