Has anyone used the front part of the shapeoko? The spindle sticks out a bit. I think given the right setup a person could cut tenon joints easily. This project was really spur of the moment and utilized the overhang. I was limited by the z travel.
Attaching some square objects to otherwise firewood I used the machine as a reverse router table of sorts. I’m sure Mark will chime in on safety here… Basic idea here is to get it within working dimensions with a flat bottom.
I took 3mm depth passes with a 1/2" bit, manually jogging the machine.
I then used 3m double sided tape to attach the squares to the side to create my angles. All just cut manually jogging again. This type of project would be easy to draw up in carbide3d (still doesn’t open for me), but a pain in fusion 360 which is why I manually jogged the machine.