For this month’s case study we talk to James Booth from CeorfanWorks. A number of you may remember James from his time at Vectric. James left Vectric at the end of 2016 to pursue his desire to make things himself with a CNC. We caught up with James recently to discuss a project he was involved with last year to replicate a very ornate carved mantelpiece.
When you are passionate about something it’s usually the driving force that directs your career, this is definitely the case for Stuart. With many years of aviation engineering and a real love for flying aircraft Stuart decided he is ready to create his own aeroplane.
We’re looking at the work of Aspire user Terry Jones, a registered Nurse of 31 years who retired for the first time in 2005 and opened his own business in furniture design, antique restoration, refinishing, and reproductions. In this case study Terry is showcasing his model of a pizza oven made from high density yellow foam.
This month we look at the work of Aspire user Eric Schimelpfenig. Eric, a kitchen and bathroom designer is also now the founder of SketchThis.net, which offers training in the use of SketchUp particularly for use with a CNC. The creative work that Eric produces has taken him international, showcasing his workaround the world.
we stumbled upon the work of John Crosetti. whilst rummaging through the camheads forum, we came across a great fully functional geared clock which was made using Aspire. the Vectric team were really impressed
as a newbie to the Vectric team i just can’t get over the passion and enthusiasm of the community on our forum. i have been browsing the Forum daily seeking inspiration and tips for my very own CNC project
this case study focuses on another project created by the multi-talented Michael Castor who built the pi-pad we showcased last month. in this study, the focus is on a flying quadcopter that he built using Aspire