Went to a recent workshop at the local Makerspace to make a cutting board with the GF, was a very nice time and intro to woodworking. One section of my board kept on falling off after the gluing process (learned later that you have to alternate the grains to get it to stick). Anyway, I had three pieces of various wood glued together and after much deliberation came up with this jewelry tray that has space for necklaces and earrings as shown in this extremely professional picture I took…
Material: Walnut, Maple, and Red Oak (I think)
Dimensions: 11"L x 2"W x 0.75"H
Finish: Sanded with 220 grit and used Mineral Oil to seal
Bit Used: 1/8" Single Flute Spiral Upcut End Mill from the Inventables Carving Bit Starter Set (I actually think its a great deal, no shade to Ryan)
Design: Fusion 360 for CAD and CAM. Used 3D Adaptive, 2D Pocket and 2D Contour.
Machining Time: ~7hrs using 20mm/s and 1mm stepdown for roughing and finishing passes.