5 months by Jaime Acosta

I have been keeping up with Eric, also known as “Widgitmaster”, for an extended period and have regularly communicated with him. He has acted as one of my distant machinist guides, from whom I have gained substantial knowledge. Family matters had kept him away from the workshop for a significant amount of time, but he recently returned to construct this magnificent display of a Turner’s Cube:

Turner's Cube as Art

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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