Mobile work stations were the backbone of my business when I owned a millwork installation company. The Milwaukee Packout did not exist at that time, so most of our setups were custom, and towards the end we used primarily DeWalt Tstak Systems. There is always a project going on around the shop, so we figured it would be a great time to build a new mobile setup, utilizing many of our product lines!
I would like to thank Milwaukee tools and Acme Tools for supplying the cordless saw for this project. Here is the link to the Miter Saw at Acme Tools: https://imp.i284638.net/6bQjOV
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In this video I quickly talk about the steps taken to build a vacuum hold down table for my Avid CNC Router Parts table.
Table Layers: 1” HDF glued and screwed to the 80/20 frame 3/4” MDF used for the milled plenum layer 3/4” ultralight used for the “sacrificial layer” Manifold and piping: The manifold was made using 3” PVC All other pipe and fittings is made with 2” PVC Black Box Hurricane Vac System & blast gates
This process has always been time consuming to perfect. We have always used photos to generate vectors. However, the method of tracing the object has varied. This method of using reference points allows the vector to import into the software at the actual size. This is a huge time saver over the previous methods. Check out the video for a basic overview of the process!
Sometimes it’s the simple things that are difficult, I have been looking for picture frames for my office for a while. Not just for any picture, but something that can showcase the photos that my son has taken. Since we cut acrylics regularly, I decided to make a sandwich picture frame, black acrylic on the back and obviously clear on the front. They are held together with standoff brackets.
I can use different acrylic colors to create different mats to Highlight the photo in the frame. After being in this location for quite some time I look forward to putting up photos and artwork by http://www.brycepway.com