MPCNC Primo Schneewittchen - Oldenburg, Germany

That’s pretty cool. We never had working windows on our little house project.

There you go:

Needs to be painted, obviously, the protective film has to go and it needs some syncolube or wax so it glides better. All in all I am pretty happy with it. :slight_smile:


I would use paste wax, or even a candle. It looks awesome.

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See, never heard of that. I used syncolube for our old drawers. Works as well, but might not last as long. Going to buy some paste wax. Thanks! :slight_smile:

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Beeswax! Looks great :+1:

Schneewittchen is moving to a bigger home. I finally convinced my wife to not rent out our garage and storage room (which has been converted to a flat by the previous owner) but let me use it as a workshop. Schneewittchen and I are now going from ~6m² to 20, maybe more. To not mess up the cables at the new place, I put some coloured dots on the wiring before disconnecting it. Just to be sure. And now I might finally not be too lazy to update her with the tape measure trick. Updates on the new workshop are going to follow in the coming weeks.


More toys for daddy…


Congrats on getting a bigger workshop! Happy daddy, happy life!

Finally finished that tape measure trick. :blush:

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I finally had some spare time. French cleat going up.

When I am done with a few more different boxes I will create a thread in the “Things you have made” section and make the plans available for everyone.


Oooh, nice concept! Now you’re giving me ideas :grinning:

If you need some inspiration: :smiley:


Nice French cleat implementation. I like the tabbed boxes on them.

Plans for the French Cleat here: French Cleat by Toko.

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It’s been a little over a year now, and Schneewittchen has been used a lot. One of the best things that I ever did was to build her. I learned about 3D printers, electronics, mechanics, and first and foremost a lot about CAD and CAM.