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3 Fun and Easy CNC Woodworking Projects

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In this video I use my new Avid CNC to cut out 3 easy projects, a sign for my shop, a couple picture frames, and a pair of toy boxes for my kids. I am a novice CNC operator, so tackling easy projects like these has really been a great way to help improve my skills and confidence. I’d like to thank the staff at Avid for their help in getting me to a place where I can run this machine. That was no easy task.
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Five quick CNC projects you can make or sell and we’ll also show the bits we used! We are using a Onefinity CNC woodworking machine to engrave these items. Let us know in the comments some future video ideas. Thanks for checking out our channel.

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40 COMMENTS

  1. Nice work! So, if 4 thou is a little too tight, have you found a happy medium for plywood joints? I'm doing some half-lap stuff and I only get one shot. I'm going with a .48" gap to fit "1/2 inch" baltic birch around itself. I think that stuff is actually 12mm (0.472") nominally.

  2. Great Job.. I did something very similar. Here is the first pass for box joint in g-code. message me for full NC file. I use NC Viewer (it does not read variables or subroutines)
    (end mill 1/2, box joint at 1/2 with 3/4 depth)
    (pass 1)

    G0 X0 Y.25 F2

    G1 Z-.25 F2

    G1 X.75 Y.25 F2

    G1 Z-.50 F2

    G1 X0 Y.25 F2

    G1 Z-.75 F2

    G1 X.75 Y.25 F2

    G0 Z0.25 F2

  3. WOW – SO MANY ERROR SHOWN IN THIS VIDEO: MDF DEFINITION: medium-density fibreboard
    The pros and cons of medium-density fibreboard (MDF) YOU WERE "CLIMB" CUTTING WHEN YOU ROUTED THOSE DOVETAIL-LIKE SLOTS – ALWAYS SET UP YOU FENCE SO THE ROUTER BIT TURNS INTO THE FENCE AND NOT AWAY FROM THE FENCE LIKE YOU SHOWED – YOU SHOULD PULL A ROUTER TOWARDS YOURSELF FOR SAFETY REASONS AS WELL AS ASSURING THE ROUTER DOES NOT WANDER AWAY FROM YOUR FENCE – PUSHING A ROUTER AWAY FROM YOURSELF IS A POOR PRACTICE AND SHOULD BE AVOIDED –

  4. Mike
    Just a reminder that the “ Gorilla Glue” should not be used in your or your families hair”
    It is a fiber product adhesive only !!

    Great job and those shop apprentice and apprenticess are growing quite fast .!!

  5. I was watching your torsion box build and went to your latest vid. Little man is not so little anymore! And it looks like there is a new addition. Dude you are busy! Love the vids and subscribed.

  6. Mike,

    I really enjoyed the video using the CNC machine. Any chance you’ll make some more videos with it? I recently picked up a similar system and like the inspiration.

  7. I'm curious, what made you add the extra step of using the vertical clamping? Couldn't you get the exact same effect and much easier by cutting those same shapes with the boards flat? I though at first you'd done it to make dovetails (which I would love to see you do still), so was this just an excuse to be an engineer and create a problem to solve? And excuse to make the vertical clamping jig? Regardless, great work on all this and I'm definitely gonna make myself a vertical clamping rig now. You made it look so simple!

  8. This woodworking book TopFineWoodworking. Com contains a great deal of details about woodwork. There are some designs in the book but it is primarily explaining the procedure of how to do various things and what tools to use to accomplish them. In general, this book fulfilled my basic desire to learn about wood working.?

  9. I don’t know if anyone else caught it but the apprentice was doing a lot of cleaning. I wish my shop apprentices would do that. They only stand around and ask questions and color Barbie pictures. Great video. 👍

  10. When it comes to CNC would you say that you started as High Density Farrington, but towards the end became more Medium Density Farrington? 😉

    Great little video, it's nice to follow others when they're learning.

  11. Someone suggested I use my CNC to cut bulk blanks products for Laser Engravers but no suggestions on what type of blanks. Any ideas? one suggested bulk cutting boards but not sure how profitable that would be with me just learning. never made a cutting board.

  12. Great video. Very inspiring ideas. How about the bits? What would be the minimum number of bits of each type I should buy in order to keep production rolling without stopping every time a bit is dull or broken? How long do they last?

  13. Any idea on when your going to do the in depth catch all tray video? I have tried a few myself and they never come out right and the carving times take forever. ever though about doing a video on how to select the bits and cut settings?

  14. Hi! I love your channel, great stuff!
    I am curious, what software are you using for preparing this?
    I am new in all this and still I have not decided what 3d software to use.

  15. Which cnc machine would you recommend for beginners but also something that can be profitable (not too small of a machine)?

  16. I have just discovered your channel and I just love it.
    I have two questions if you would be so kind to advise me.
    1: How do you clamp your material down to the CNC table?
    2: What is that Blue material that you use to cover/protect the clock face?
    Thanks. Colin.

  17. Idk how you only have 10k subscribers! Your content is topnotch! I have complete faith you guys will be one of the huge names in wood working and CNC videos! Keep it up!

  18. Awesome work. So I am really considering on purchasing a Onefinity CNC as my very first CNC. One of my current woodworking projects that I do consistently is I make wooden American flags. I like to make each individual stripe with extra definition by using a round over bit on each side. Will a CNC be able to engrave my assembled American flags with the rounded over edges on each stripe or will this be an issue?

    Thank you

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