Hi, My name is Wes Thierry, I have had a cnc machine for about 2 years now, and have used it for various projects, signs, plaques, gifts, etc... However I recently took on a project to give back to the community in my own way. I have built many different versions of r2d2's (full sized) over the years, and many of them depended on outsourcing parts.... I recently decided to try to create a blog that shows how to CNC build one in detail, many parts are wood or mdf, and a few parts are styrene plastic (I know, not really part of the forum) but because wood is involved I thought I would share my blog with you all here. www.westhierry.net , I would love it if some of you would take a look and post your thoughts :)
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Oh, this rocks, Wes! ...I bet he doesn't have a bad motivator!
My husband wants one now. And I suppose he expects me to build it for him! (He also wants a 'Robbie' and a 'Bender' to go with his Tom Servo.) I love it! I skimmed over your blog very quickly. You probably answered this already, but how long did it take you to make it?
Less isn't more... MORE is more!