X-Carve

I’m totally addicted to watching this Portuguese woman make shit on YouTube. She’s got decent skills for sure, but I’m mostly impressed with the creative way she shoots her videos. They are gorgeous… and on point.

In any case, she uses an x-carve quite a bit – essentially, it’s a CNC router type thing that is completely open source. In fact, when you buy one it’s up to you to put the thing together and set it up appropriately. Your success in doing so is directly related to how well the machine works afterwards. I’ve never used any computer aided machines… but this one looks like fun to me. I like the DYI aspect of the whole thing

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Ultimate Machine Shop Organization

This guy gets me. Seriously…

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Vintage Valve Grinder

Found object on Craigslist in mint condition! Works swell too!

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Quadsaw

I’m sure this has been posted, but…

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Weaver Degree Alignment Plates

I thought you guys would get a kick out of the above… Essentially, they are 1940’s era degree alignment plates made by Weaver. My buddy found them at an abandoned sign shop of all places and they are now hard at work in his hot rod shop.

I love stuff like this.

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