I’m new to the group, so first off thanks for having me. Just moved to Cincinnati a few weeks ago and I’m excited to get involved with the maker culture here. I previously was a member of Techshop RDU in Raleigh.
Ok so the first project I’d like to work on is this open source beehive. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/open-source-beehives/x/5485786
The designs are going to be released on the 14th and then I just need some help sourcing wood (I’m thinking I’d like to use cedar), and translating the design to G-code to run it through CNC. The question is what should I use to cut it out? I don’t have the design so I don’t know the thickness of the wood yet but I imagine it will be less than 3/4" so it should work on the laser cutter right? I believe the Open Tech Collaborative guys use a CNC router but Hive13 doesn’t have one of these… or do they??
I think I’m going to stop by the open house this evening. Hoping to meet some of you then!