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A new CNC router was certainly not in the budget, but with lots of reuse, patience, and a few small purchases, my DIY CNC works! I can cut out and engrave things with computer control. You can certainly do better with more expensive components, but this project has given me the chance to learn a lot about CNC machines without spending a lot of money first. A friend gave me his radial arm saw when he upgraded to a new miter saw and didn't have space for both. I had seen a CNC router made from…

As a hobbyist woodworker, I thought it would be fun to experiment with some of the higher-end hardwoods. Watch the video (and read this Instructable) to see how I made some fancy hardwood & aluminum magnets, using scrap hardwood, and magnets salvaged from a computer hard drive.

This computer armoire was for sale at WHS but too bulky for our space. It would be great for a sewing station, particularly: Bottom swing-out portions that would both provide storage and support fabric; the ability to put the machine on the keyboard drawer and have space behind it to feed fabric through while sewing. I would want to reconfigure the top cubbies to better suit storing supplies. Also add some interior lighting.

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