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It looks like our design team are getting desperate! - or maybe we're just designing wine storage...? - All thanks to SolidWorks configurations...
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Just a little reminder that we have our blog up and running with latest news of projects and ideas:
http://www.makersmith.works/blog/
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Custom storage boxes anyone? Just completed a batch of these in fluted polypropylene (correx). Any size is possible!
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Tiny, tiny, tiny - we have just laser cut and engraved the tiniest bearing housings ever...thanks to SolidWorks and Perspex! - oh -and the laser too...

http://bit.ly/1L3C6ND


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08/03/2017
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This is where you get things made… Makersmith… Our February newsletter is here!
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Busy CNC profiling Siberian Larch timber cladding from Bennetts Timber; the wood has a lovely grain and lasts about 50 years outside. Adding stainlesssteel framing too for a really long life product...
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31/01/2017
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A batch of model racing car chassis on the way to completion in a very resilient engineering plastic. Anyone for car parts, model parts? Anything really...
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Working our way through some custom carbon fibre parts today; another material to add to the portfolio!
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Anyone for Pizza? It's great to work on some signboards for Pizza Hut via not-for-profit Enterprise Works in Swindon! Anyone for some cool engraving...?

http://www.makersmith.works/ourwork.php?ourwork=31


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Tricoya durable MDF is a great material to work with; we've recently started putting it on wheels! Part of a batch of mobile cabinets partly for outdoor use we picked Tricoya for it's durability and machining properties.... Perhaps we should try making skateboards next...?
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