Epilog has teamed up with Instructables for their fifth challenge.
The Epilog Challenge is back for its fifth installment!
We’ve teamed up with Epilog Laser to give away a Zing 16 Laser. The Epilog Zing 16 Laser is an awesome machine: you can engrave and cut a wide variety of materials with pinpoint precision. It’s a huge help to anyone starting a small business, or to someone who just loves making fantastic things.
So how do you win the Epilog Challenge? Post an Instructable that shows off your amazing skills and creativity, and proves that you’ll make good use of an Epilog Zing 16 Laser. Document your project with lots of great photos, and provide clear instructions so others can learn from your work. And be sure to tell us what you’ll do with the Zing if you win!
Started a projects page. I know it’s probably not what you’re expecting for a first project, but gotta start somewhere and I need something to work on. This bench is designed for heavy equipment like a miter saw. As the page mentions I will be creating a build log of the bench when I get back to homeland. I’m already in the process of designing the second workbench for my computer and electronics equipment. That one will be a little more robust. I’ll be incorporating a powers trip into the design and an area for this bench to slide under. All the files for this build can be found on GrabCAD at the link below.
GrabCAD page / Project Page
Other updates include my progress in the DipTrace Pattern Editor tutorial. I’m about 25% done with it. It should be completed by the end of next week pending any interference from work.