Written by: Connie Ratisseau After developing a serious medical condition that made Michael Aimino’s twenty-seven year 9-5 software development career too difficult, he began to look for a new way to keep him busy and productive while having the time to tend to his health issues.  Woodworking had long been a hobby of his, building […]

Like most “Creatives”, Jeremy Harmon’s talents spill over into many different mediums and utilize various tools to see their visions come to life. In 2014, he added a CarveWright to his tool set. Already a woodworker building new furniture from reclaimed materials and repurposing old furniture, Jeremy was eager to see what the CarveWright could […]

The annual CarveWright Conference brings together some of the best CarveWright system talents to share their knowledge and expertise with a hands-on audience.  The three days of the conference are filled with live tutorials, demonstrations, and a lot of question and answer.  These individuals can answer all, and ensure you leave well equipped and excited […]

Customer Spotlight – Sharon Berrum Written by: Connie Ratisseau Sharon Berrum first spotted a CarveWright (actually, a CompuCarve) at a Sears store near her Central Oregon home in 2007.  As an avid dollmaker, her first thought was that it would keep her husband occupied, so that she could dedicate more time to her sewing. Once they […]

Customer Spotlight – Wayne Creel Written by: Connie Ratisseau A little over ten years, ago, Wayne Creel was no woodworker and he was no Cub Scout Master. Now, he is both. After volunteering through his church as a mentor to a young man who lost his father, Wayne was introduced to Pinewood Derby building and […]

Written by: Connie Ratisseau In 2007 when Floyd Harris got his first machine, the CarveWright (then CompuCarve) was still in its infancy.  Now, after a decade, LHR has many customers that we consider as experts. Floyd is one of them.  A past conference guest speaker, he is also the moderator on the CarveWright Community Forum, […]

Written by: Connie Ratisseau Rick and Cheryl Mock of Bryan Ohio spend a good deal of their time celebrating LOVE. Not just their own, but their Etsy store, CarvedArtStudio511, keeps them busy memorializing and celebrating Wedding Anniversaries, and much more. They have carved over 1,000 plaques in just 4 years and now have 4 CarveWright […]

Written by: Connie Ratisseau About 10 years ago, we at LHR did a half dozen or so Customer Spotlights where we introduced customers and shared what they were doing with the CarveWright System. We are bringing those spotlights back and hope you enjoy getting to know a little about Blake Warner, his business partner and […]

We receive messages from customers wanting to show us their latest creations fairly regularly.  We are always thrilled by the variety and creativity of these projects, and we share a lot of them on Facebook.  This one, we really got a kick out of, so we wanted to add it to our customer stories.  I’ve […]

Here at CarveWright, we recently had the opportunity to meet one of our customer’s, Travis Palmer.  After hearing a small bit of his story, we just had to share. Travis obtained his CarveWright as a gift, but that was small potatoes compared to what else Operation FINALLY HOME (OFH) gave this Tomball, Texas family of […]

CarveWright user and master prop/costume maker, Shawn Thorsson, has written a book! “In this book, master prop maker Shawn Thorsson uses his unique blend of humor and insight to turn years of painful experience into detailed explanations. He’ll show you many of the tools, methods, and processes that you can use to create professional-looking science […]

Michael Tyler at CarveBuddy.com put together this heart drawing tutorial that is so simple it’s brilliant. Check it out! Source: Draw the “no-brainer” Perfect Heart Shape! | CarveBuddy Draw the “no-brainer” Perfect Heart Shape! A question was posted on the CarveWright User Forum asking how to create a simple closed heart shape. Several answers were suggested […]

I discovered a fun post on the CarveWright Community Forum the other day and thought I’d share it here.  The post was about wearable carvings made with the CarveWright. Even with all the things I’ve seen made over the years, I still get surprised at the versatility and ingenuity of the CarveWright users. Handbags & […]

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Shawn Thorsson’s work continues to amaze, not just us at CarveWright, but the entire world it seems.  He’s featured multiple times a year in big publications and his work is shared regularly among the social media outlets.  He recently had a Behind-the-Scenes video on Wired Magazine’s site, and has a book collaboration project with MAKE: […]

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 […]