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    Default Paulk workbench meets coffee table

    Made a miniature sized Paulk Workbench to use as a coffee table in my shop office. One of the first projects...
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    Thumbs up!!!
    SG

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    Excellent.

    Phil

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    Love it!

    Greg

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    What did you design that in?

    Looks great!

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    I downloaded the box gadget from vCarve. I saw where you could make a box with a tabbed lid and BAM it hit me. I made the box with the box gadget and then exported it to Corel Draw to make the oval holes in the sides. The leg system was a quick draw up in Corel. Kinda my first lager project and was AMAZED at how well it all went together. I almost hate to say it but it fit perfect and i didn't mess/break anything. (i got lucky)

    I was pleased with the outcome and this was a good lesson for me in the design and tool pathing set ups. Thumbs up to the creator of the box gadget. It is AWESOME!

    Disclaimer I had downloaded the plans for the Paulk Work Bench sometime ago.

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    By the way your dust boot setup is awesome. I might have to adjust my spindle to get it to fit or just make a few mods in Fusion!
    (I have it printed but my spindle is set to low for it to work as designed)


    Quote Originally Posted by EricSchimel View Post
    What did you design that in?

    Looks great!

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    Are you talking about my 3D printed shoe?

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    Also, would you ever consider using something a little more robust than the box gadget?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2Hj...ature=youtu.be

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    Yep the dust shoe...

    Most definitely, I'm trying to get Fusion360 figured out. It's quite the software to learn from scratch but i have a few books and just keep plugging away.


    Quote Originally Posted by EricSchimel View Post
    Are you talking about my 3D printed shoe?



    Also, would you ever consider using something a little more robust than the box gadget?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2Hj...ature=youtu.be

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    Default A few more pics.

    Seems simple enough but it was all I could handle at the time.

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