We just finished cutting some signs for a cool new restaurant in Columbus, Ohio called Dinin’ Hall.
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The process of making a Wooden iPad Mount.
Bamboo Laptop Stand: From Prototype to Production! We got our Bamboo plywood in and cut out 40 Laptop Stand pieces, for a total of 20 sets. Not bad for one 4′ x 8′ sheet…
ReFab Studio and The Columbus Idea Foundry will be featured at the Woodworking Show in Columbus Ohio this Weekend (Feb 3-5). We decided to quickly print out some fun Zombie Shooting Targets using the Shopbot CNC router.
Sit and Stand Desk. The next step in the desk is to build the structure underneath for the drawer, which slides out and has room for a power strip and provides a place for cord management as well as a place to secure a laptop to to prevent theft.
This Butcher Block Cutting Board is made from alternating pieces of walnut and maple. It measures 11″x17″ and 1-7/8″ thick.
Jeep Foglight Bumper Mount: We made this prototype of these headlight flanges for a friend’s jeep bumper. He had a list of specific needs that just could not be met by an existing product, so we got together and designed the perfect solution. It was designed in AutoCAD, exported to Partworks, and cut out on [...]