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Van cab steps

Left; Hammer-formed finals (4mm thick, ground, beaten & polished).
Centre: Hardwood bucks routered from decking off-cuts.
Right: Original plastic steps (loading caused rust in underlying structure). 39 more words

Shop Project – Small Lathe Rebuild Part 2

With the rest of the supplies to clean it in hand, it’s time to get back to it.

I really want to show the Before and After in the same shot. 426 more words

Shop Project - Small Lathe Rebuild Part 1

I know, I know. It’s not a Miata build, but it is Miata adjacent. I’ve already got some parts I’m looking to turned on it for my car. 972 more words

Chaotic Rulers

I’m currently working with one of my students on a laser-based range finder. To assess the precision of the device, I needed a calibration piece. Because of the setup, the piece should look like a stair. 277 more words

Hacks

CNC Milling is More Manual Than You Think

I was in Pasadena CA for the Hackaday Superconference, and got to spend some quality time at the Supplyframe Design Lab. Resident Engineer Dan Hienzsch said I could have a few hours, and asked me what I wanted to make. 1,782 more words

Tool Hacks

Tips For Basic Machining on a Drill Press

It’s safe to say most Hackaday readers would love to have a mill at home, or a nice lathe, but such equipment isn’t always practical for the hobbyist. 86 more words

Hardware

Tips For Basic Machining on a Drill Press

It’s safe to say most Hackaday readers would love to have a mill at home, or a nice lathe, but such equipment isn’t always practical for the hobbyist. 366 more words

Hardware