Welcome to the forum Mike . That’s great looking work that you’ve done . I’m sure you’ll enjoy it here
Thanks! I'll eventually get to starting some questions over there. For now, I have just been reading what's already there so I do not ask too many stupid questions that have already been answered.Welcome to the forum Mike. Nice work. Not everyone reads the intros so you may way to start a second post in the CNC section and you can look back through old posts in that section and find some of those answers too.
Hi HerbWelcome.Mike,by the looks of your work ,you are well on your way to us asking you how to do things.Great Job on the cabinets. I like the wood,What kind is that and what is the finish you put on to bring out the grain so well?
Thanks for the kind words!Glad you decided to join the fun. Those are great looking cabinets.
I keep thinking about CNC (then I sober up). I taught maketing as part of my consulting for nearly 4 decades. So I've posted several times on how to make money with the CNC, focusing on signs. I've attached a 2 page pdf, on the topic. Hope it helps you think through the CNC step. For myself, I can't imagine getting a CNC and going through the learning curve without having the thing pay for itself at least. I expect that your appetite for excellence will serve you well.
Southern Arizona, does that put you closer to Tucson or Gila Bend? That's some big country out there. I live in the high desert in So. Cal. Altitude makes a big difference in the desert.
Thanks!Welcome to the Router Forums Mike.
Really nice looking cabinets. We would love to see pictures of your wife's she shed.
When you get ready to look into the world of CNC just ask your questions and I'm sure you will get all kinds of answers.
No built ins. She does not want any. The only thing she wants me to build for it is a small cart for storing those big artist's sketch pads. Go figure... :grin:Nice big windows to catch a breeze when the temperatures are nice. Are you building any builtins for the she shed?