Please vote for this for the Epilog Laser Contest!

(also known as Bob) and I were yammer-jammering about the jig I built here - >  Having a "Bevel-ish" Good Time on the Laser! ...

We got to thinking, and he mentioned he had a small display turntable for showing his lathe-work.  So we decided to figure out a way to use my 45degree jig and his turntable to make bevels and chamfers around a circle with the laser!

Again, this was built at TechShop - thank goodness we have one!

Step 1: Challenge #1 - Get a bevel/chamfer angle of 45 degrees...

This was achieved with my previous jig -> Having a "Bevel-ish" Good Time on the Laser!
<p>Great design! </p><p>Must try laser marquetry with ImagePaint software by Amazon Canvas.</p>
Thank you for confirming my crazy idea! I've been doing some work with a tilted table on the scroll saw and just KNEW there had to be a way to accomplish something similar with thin woods on the laser. I thought up just the same kind of mechanism, but was hesitant to spend the time making it, uncertain if it would be worth the time. <br> <br>This gives me the confidence to go ahead and try it, I'll be playing around with this sometime soon.
Hum. Try just the main URL just tried it, now: <br>http://faz-voce-mesmo.blogspot.pt
Nice. <br>Voted, and went to my Blog: <br>http://faz-voce-mesmo.blogspot.pt/2013/05/rdas-em-sugru-e-uma-corrida-de-hot.htm
Thank you for checking-in. <br> <br>For some reason, I'm not able to get to the URL you've provided.

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