Good Cnc Milling And Turning photographs

A handful of nice cnc milling and turning images I found:

Artisan’s Asylum Open Residence 2012 | CNC milling machine
cnc milling and turning
Image by Chris Devers
Quoting from the Artisan’s Asylum 1st Winter Open Studios! Facebook event web page:

Yes, Artisan’s Asylum is holding its first Winter Open Studios on Saturday December 1st, from noon to 5PM. It’s Totally free, open to the public, and households are welcome so come join the fun, and tell your close friends that this is a opportunity to see what everyone’s speaking about.

More than twenty makers, crafters, jewelers, engineers and artists will participate. Tour group workshops and person studios, observe demonstrations, purchase special artworks and speak to who made them. Get pleasure from dragons, robots, collages, and interactive laptop-generated music installations. Watch welders and glassworkers initial-hand, and see jewelry getting created on a 3D printer.

Artisan’s Asylum is now 1 of the biggest collaborative maker/art/hacker spaces in the USA, with robust shop facilities for generating virtually anything you can dream up. Classes variety more than media including woodworking, metalworking, electronics, robotics, silk-screening and far more. You can even sign up for one when you visit this occasion.

For more details, pay a visit to Artisan’s Asylum’s web site, as well as on Facebook and Twitter. And there is also, of course, a Flickr account and Flickr group.

I also have other photos of Artisan’s Asylum, a lot of related to SYBS: Somerville Youth Build and Sail, a project where we are constructing Optimist sailboats with our little ones, and they will in turn discover to sail in them on the Mystic River.

MC68HC908GP32 motor controller
cnc milling and turning
Image by Mitchclanky2008
The very first pcb i developed and contribuited to the construct of – hand soldered vias! This was made on a CNC milling machine rather than getting acid etched as JCU does not have the facilities. It worked with some minor modifications (a track reduce and a capacitor soldered directly to the reduce track). The green LED shown was attached to a programmable output of the micro, which is why its not on in this photo. Hooked into a board (which i dont have a photo of) which had two pots, a single of which was controlled by a motor – the aim getting to control the motor to match the pots to any turned worth.