Commercial lapidary equipment is expensive, but with a little resourcefulness and tinkering, I made a DIY slanted cabbing lap that turned out awesomely.
My buddy just moved into a new apartment and was forced to downsize his workspaces. As a result, he sold me his partially assembled Zenworks CNC for CHEAP. I immediately set out to get it up and running.
My goals for this device were twofold: to allow me to *see* the coolant circulating thru my Laser Cutter, and observe its temperature in real time.
In coming months, I intend to build an electro-mechanical arcade game, and I’ll use at least a handful of historically (in)authentic methods to pull it off.
Marble Machine built and composed by Martin Molin Video filmed and edited by Hannes Knutsson On a similar note, this…
This is a brilliantly simple electro-mechanical game, but there are nearly infinite ways the basic principles can be extended.
Half Rube Goldberg, half Techno achievement—if you have six minutes to watch this, I implore you to.
Have you ever been so excited about something, you forgot to take photos? Me too, but here’s what I did capture—