Hi there folks, this is a little shelf that I constructed from existing material that my neighbor was throwing away. I did some cuts then just Designed around the existing measurements. However, I did miss on some of the measurements, (Bits wobbled in their pockets) so I re designed just for you guys
- Machine Type:
- OpenBuilds LEAD Machine
- Open Builds Control, Easel
- OpenBuilds BlackBox
- Machine Time:
- 20 to 30 min
- MDF, preferably Formica Laminate
I included a PDF file and If you use Easel also a link to the project.
CNC bit holder
Do look at the pics so you get the idea on what are the holes on the big board for, they do differ from my original project, also my material is 17.5 mm thick, If you are using another thickness take that into consideration, you'll have to move some of the holes to accommodate for the center of the thickness of you preferred material, it can also be pine boards.
The Shelves themselves are attached to the main board with screws FROM THE BACK, I suggest you use a countersink drill bit. The main board mounts to the wall FROM THE FRONT, with screws and their respective anchors, maybe a nice washer too