Accent Wall Project

Hello folks!
A little while ago i started (and finished) a project where I was making some 12x12 tiles on my Shapeoko. I designed the simple tiles Carbide Create. I put together a video of the project and i hope it’s okay to post the link here.

I think it made a big impact and I’m really happy to have the shapeoko. It’s one of those projects that’s simply done but the cnc is a HUGE help. Enjoy!

-seth

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That video could almost make me like MDF! That’s how good it is.
Great idea, great result, and great editing skills too (what’s up with that fake hand though ? :sweat_smile:)

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who said the hand was fake?!? :rofl::rofl::rofl:

Thanks for watching! Glad you liked the project. :raised_hands:t2:

been wanting to do something like this for a while now ever since I saw Mr. Build It make one by hand. Love the outcome I think I may have to finally give it a shot now.

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thanks for watching! it was really easy as far as the designing and cutting was concerned. During the project i was thinking “dang i wish shapeoko came in a full size model so i could throw a full sheet of mdf on there” haha! I also didn’t want to do something like all geometric lines like so many people do. Hopefully this is different and inspiring! :raised_hands:t2:

-seth

I saw an old message you posted about the pinout for the Bitrunner. I have a 3 XXL with a 2.4d board. Could you tell me which 6 pin connector on the left side of the board to plug the Bitrunner 2.0 plug into. I am looking at a used one and it does not have the solder in board. I saw 2 of the 6 pin connectors sticking up.

Thanks
Glenn in GA USA

This thread has the connector references (see “Controller PCB connector for BitRunner”)

I don’t believe BitRunner v2 uses a different connector, but you might want to check with support.
It may not be easy to solder your own PCB connector though, may consider getting a new controller that has it? (of course this is more expensive than ordering the connector alone, but also much less hassle)

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Do you by chance have any pics of how and where you connected your bitrunner to the 2.4d board

I ordered the correct plug but was trying to avoid soldering if I could.

Thanks
Glenn