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Resin Art

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Resin Art
Working with resin to make some cool Star Wars and Hello Kitty cubes.

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Club Quarantine Party Lights

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Club Quarantine Party Lights

My wife has been really digging the @dnice Club Quarantine dance party.  It's been a really nice break while we stay at home. To help her get in the vibe a little more, I whipped up a sign.  I cut it out of 1/8" acrylic and put on a portable battery operated stand.  Perfect to setup any place in the house while she gets her groove on!      

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Sabacc Credit Chips

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Sabacc Credit Chips

With a lot of time on my hands now, I'm coming up with more creative ways to engage the family.  I purchased a set of Sabaac cards from Star Wars Galaxy Edge.  The card deck is cool but you can't really get that Sabacc experience with out some credits to make it lively.  I didn't want to use regular poker chips so I needed to make something that matches up.   I started playing around with some ideas. The deck uses three suits. Triangle, square and circle.  I wanted to incorporate these into the design like traditional poker chips. The first...

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Organizing CNC Bits

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Organizing CNC Bits

  I have been doing a lot of wood and plastic cutting on the CNC machine for projects.  Over the last year or two I have picked up a number of different types of bits for different jobs.  Diamond drag cutter for engraving, compression bit for wood, multiple engraver bits and on.  I had been storing them in an old plastic container.    But that really isn't the best solution and I was always misplacing them.  So, since I have this nifty CNC machine that makes things, I figured I should make something to hold my things.  Turns out this was...

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CCHobby Signs at Crew, The Bar in Florida

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CCHobby Signs at Crew, The Bar in Florida

CCHobby created a pair of large lighted acrylic signs to brighten up the front windows of Crew, The Bar in Florida.  The signs provide a lively and inviting storefront to an already hopping bar.  Both signs are 24”x24” and enclosed in wood frames suitable for mounting.  One sign is lit in a static blue and the other it done in RGB allowing it to display in almost any color complete with flashing, fading and remote on/off. Please contact us if you are interested in similar signs or looking for something unique to suit your venue.         

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