With the CNC router, I can make signs of various types. Here is one I made for myself, using 2 types of bits and some paint. The material is 3/4″ white melamine-faced particle board.
The Fabrikisto sign on the machine that made it. I trimmed the edges with veneer and applied acrylic paint to the incised lettering.
A clock is just another type of sign. This one features the crest of my family’s heritage.
These side tables were made using traditional tools - planer, bandsaw, and elbow grease. Each part is hand-sanded, then 4 coats of Livos Natural Oil is applied and rubbed to a fine finish. The blue-tinted one was in response to the theme “Bluegrass Festival” . The tops float on 1″ super-magnets. The legs are all Roasted Maple, the shelves and tops are various other types of Maple. The one with red edges is the exception - the edges are Bloodwood, and the centre is maple-veneered plywood.
The Raven - a writing/office desk for my shop office. Dimensions are: 207 x 122 x 77 cm. All joinery is cut by CNC. Materials are Maple, Walnut, Bloodwood. This item is not for sale, but I would be pleased to discuss commissioned copies or variations.
Since I had some wood left over from this project, I made a set of matching shelves. The dark wood is Roasted Ash, which I had ended up not using for the desk.