1258 views 14 cmts

Majestic Sun

Saw this picture on the web and could not resist and just had to make one as a CNC project. Made out of pine, it’s machined in 3 pieces with different stains.
It’s going to look great on my patio!

pine cnc router woodworking carving cnc router patio home decor

Beautiful work Susanne.

-- Jack

Way cool!

Suzanne, what CNC router are you using?

-- Keith "Shin" Schindler

I have two actually, a General Icarver 415 and the Carvewright. Both good machines.

Very well done!

-- Jeff Vandenberg aka "Woodsconsin"

Great work. It would go very nice in my kitchen, gonna show it to wifey, I may end up making one too. Great job.

-- CHRIS, Charlottetown PEI Canada. Anytime you can repurpose, reuse, or recycle, everyone wins!

Very nice work,this makes me smile.

-- woodworking classes, custom furniture maker

Thank you for the nice comments! If you have a CNC and would like to do it, the project is for sale with all patterns and instructions included.
You can visit my website at www.suzannewoodworking.ca

Nice.

-- Mike, an American living in Norway

Nice, thanks for sharing.

-- Jamesw

Looks nice, But i don’t think cnc is so much of a craftmanship piece. I think by hand with wood carving knifes would be more of a show piece. Sorry

-- customcabinetmaker

Wonderful work Suzanne. I totally disagree with customcabinetmaker. A CNC is a tool just the way a carving knife is. You have to use your brain to use a knife ditto for the CNC. So what is the difference. Snobbery?

Madts.

-- Tor and Odin are the greatest of gods.

sorry to suzanne & madts yes your majestic SUN is beautiful and takes a great amount of talent,but i’am from old school .Iwas so excited when they came out with philps head screws , I am not to up on this cnc me and my father where Draftsman and CABINETMAKERS TIMES HAVE CHANGED and for some one like me its scarry,I didn’t mean any harm .

-- customcabinetmaker

No harm done. Actually all the work is done with the 3d software which is the hardest part of using a CNC machine. Learning how to use and design with it is countless hours of practice.
I admire old school practices and I wish I could carve by hand but right now I’m having tons fun with my machines and can make wonderful things.