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A couple years ago, we had a special visitor at our conference. She didn’t own a CarveWright machine, and had actually just learned of it’s existence. Her name is Bridgette Mongeon, and she was researching the system for her new book. Now 2 years later, her book, 3D Technology in Fine Art and Craft: Exploring […]

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Yes, It’s true, I made t-shirts and Christmas cards with the CarveWright! I used an old process called block printing. It’s been around forever, and many of you have probably even done it before. Traditionally, one would trace an image onto a block of some sort, carve away (by hand) the negative space to create […]

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The featured project at the 2014 CarveWright Conference was a carved chess table and chess pieces.  This project utilized almost every feature of the CarveWright system and is a great demonstration of it’s power to create anything.  Below I’ll outline the processes we went through to design and build this project.   The Chess Pieces […]

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The latest bit offerings from CarveWright allow for carving 2.125″ deep! They are the 1/16″ Long Carving Bit and the 1/8″ Long Carving Bit shown to the right.  I’ve been working with these bits for the last few weeks on a variety of projects to see what I could do with them.  Once I got […]

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ironman_600

In my virtual travels around the net, I occasionally come across something that blows my mind.  Recently this happened, and I discovered it was being done with a CarveWright.  I try to keep up with the world of 3D fabrication in general.  With all the recent 3D printers and CNC machines flooding the market it […]

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Over the summer, we did another exciting molding project that turned out really well. I wanted to show it off before I got too far into other projects. We were putting some lamp posts along a boardwalk in my brother’s yard. These lamp posts needed pedestals to be secured to as well as to make […]

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I am always looking through the CarveWright users forum to see what people are doing, and I am constantly impressed by the work they are presenting. We have some very talented customers, and their work speaks volumes about the CarveWright system. I wanted to just highlight a few that I really enjoyed in the last […]

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For the 2013 CarveWright Conference I wanted to build something big. I wanted a project that inspired and spoke to a variety of people and their diverse interests. I wanted to do a piece of cabinetry, but also wanted to use some experimental techniques to show off some new possibilities. We had created a “New […]

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Dick Bipes (DickB on the CW forum) posted this video today on the CarveWright users forum.  He calls is B³ for Baileigh Bit Box, and is his submission for the Sawmillcreek.com contest sponsored by Baileigh Industrial.  It is a very impressive box with custom designed hinges and a unique curved shape all designed and created […]

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Directors Bandstand Project 04/18/13 I am sure that all of you CarveWright owners can understand that owning such a cool machine means that you are constantly bombarded with people who would like your help with this project or that.   I usually oblige eagerly because we constantly have new things to try or test on the machines here […]

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