So I’m making more progress on the permanent install of the Torchmate CNC table. Due to the grinding dust I wanted to keep the computer that runs it in the next room. So I have run video and 2usb cables through the wall. When I was out picking up a video extension cable I came across an HP wireless keyboard that is really small and has this optical sensor you use with your finger in place of a mouse. Thus I was able to solve the problem of how to keep the keyboard/mouse cables out of the way and actually made the system easier to use. So now I have the CNC table in a corner of the garage with a flat panel mounted on the wall. A pic is simpler so here it is..
Instagram Feed:I do like making small custom boxes. 3 dozen little pegwood sharpener blades all wrapped in VCI paper and tucked into a box ready to head off.Hand sharpening a batch of tiny little blades (the thing with 2 holes on the right).In the past I would have cobble-fab'd this out of goodness knows what random parts I could find at the local hardware store, but with CAD and a 3d printer I think I created a better solution.