Angelica Paul Table Lamp September 14th, 2018 - 03:36:51
That would be a perfect fit a wood and acrylic light. You've probably seen a couple of these on YouTube already, someone starts with some wood, and some acrylic puts them through a table saw drills, a big honking hole through the layers and glues it all together with varying degrees of hit and finish, and they all look. The same everyone cuts their wood and acrylic the exact same size, but I don't want to settle for the status quo and make a simple light.
That's been done to death. That would be hashtag basic. Also, I don't have a drill press, so there is that my vision was to make a stacked wood and acrylic light with a sort of tiered look kind of like a Japanese pagoda and with subtle champers, to give the geometry a little more character. And because I'm using a CNC, I can also carve features into my layers to help with alignment.
The lid and base would be designed to accommodate a one-inch dowel around which outer wrap in the strip I'd figure out the routing of power cables. On the fly later from my fusion model, I exported some g-code and got to work at my CNC. For my wood, I'm using oak, which isn't my favorite thing in the world to machine, but I am quite fond of its grain pattern because I feel like there's something retro and warm about it.
I mean, I know a lot of woodworkers hate it because it reminds them of ugly overuse aesthetics from prior decades and looking at my bathroom, I'm inclined to agree. But when you use wood in new ways and in novel designs, I think it actually looks kind of classy and even refreshing.
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