I’ve followed Eric, who goes by “Widgitmaster” for a long time and corresponded frequently. He’s been one of my remote machinist mentors, and I’ve learned an awful lot from him. He’s been out of the shop for quite a while owing to some family issues, but recently came back to build this exquisite display of a Turner’s Cube:
This cube is mounted on a wallnut base between ball bearings and is motorized to spin slowly. For more on how it was made, check out Widgitmaster’s CNCZone thread. Something like this would make a wonderful gift, perhaps for that understanding spouse who wonders why you’ve tracked so many chips onto her nice clean carpets.
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