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Sign Makers Month
Special Pricing on Select CNC Machines for the Sign Maker
To celebrate Sign Makers and the ISA Expo this April, we've selected CNC Machines designed with the Sign Maker in mind
SmartShop® M

The Laguna SmartShop MT is the most versatile router platform ever created. With an extended gantry and extra-large tool plate, the machine can be configured to meet multiple production needs in a single machine.

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Features

  • Z-axis clearance: 12″
  • Z-axis travel: 12″
  • Repeatability:+/- 0.001
  • Cutting Speed: 600IPM
  • Rapid traverse 1000IPM
  • Drive system x and Y axes: Helical Rack and Pinion
  • Drive system Z axis: Lead Screw
  • Standard works surface: 6-zone Phenolic grid table with T-slots embedded
  • Welded one piece tubular steel frame
  • Centralized Lubrication System
  • Stock spindle, 4 HP liquid-cooled
  • 6-zone vacuum table 10 HP vacuum pump
  • Centralized Lubrication
  • WinCNC Controller
  • Option to add up to three additional tool devices

Talk to a CNC specialist today by filling out the form or calling 800.234.1976​

SmartShop® MT

The Laguna SmartShop MT is the most versatile router platform ever created. With an extended gantry and extra-large tool plate, the machine can be configured to meet multiple production needs in a single machine.

Features

  • Z-axis clearance: 12″
  • Z-axis travel: 12″
  • Repeatability:+/- 0.001
  • Cutting Speed: 600IPM
  • Rapid traverse 1000IPM
  • Drive system x and Y axes: Helical Rack and Pinion
  • Drive system Z axis: Lead Screw
  • Standard works surface: 6-zone Phenolic grid table with T-slots embedded
  • Welded one piece tubular steel frame
  • Centralized Lubrication System
  • Stock spindle, 4 HP liquid-cooled
  • 6-zone vacuum table 10 HP vacuum pump
  • Centralized Lubrication
  • WinCNC Controller
  • Option to add up to three additional tool devices

Talk to a CNC specialist today by filling out the form or calling 800.234.1976​

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handmade ski and snowboard company | deviation lLC.
Meet Dani Lipsky of deviation lLC. | Designer and Maker Extraordinnaire
 

When did you start Woodworking: I first started working with wood when I was a kid, but I didn’t consider myself a “woodworker” until I was about 18. 

 

How did you learn to Woodworking/Metalwork, etc I went to The Rhode Island School of Design for my bachelors degree, this is where I really fell in love with creating with wood.

 

What machinery/tools do you primarily useIn Deviation LLC’s wood shop we have our big beauty Laguna SmartShop® 1 CNC, a table saw, planer, joiner, horizontal belt sander for grinding, band saw, drill press, and two large cabinet routers. For hand tools we use orbital sanders and jig saws. All these machines are used to make every ski and every snowboard. 

 

Did you develop your skills with a goal to make a business? If so, how many years have you been in business: Personally I started out working for furniture makers as a shop assistant to make money and then I realized I loved it and went to school for it, and then learned that there is a big world out there besides furniture. So, originally yes there was intent with honing my skills, but as I’ve learned different industries have different processes I would like to keep my abilities open to what I can get my hands on and learn. Right now I really love the skills that are involved in making skis and snowboards. I will always be a maker though no matter what industry I am tied to.

 

What do you produce? How has Laguna machinery changed the dynamic of your production: Deviation makes custom skis and snowboards by hand entirely in house. Our CNC machine is used for several parts of production. The biggest roll it plays is machining the wooden core that goes in a ski or a snowboard. Our cores have a unique machined profile that the cnc is able to make in minutes, with set up time. Before the cnc was introduced to this process, the only way to machine that profile is with a hand router or a planar crib, both of which require large set ups and hours of labor. The CNC is also what we use to make all of our profile molds, which is one of the key features that differentiates a ski or a snowboards worth to a customer.

 

What are you focused on making/producing nowCurrently we are updating our demo fleet for this winter season, and prototyping new models to introduce at Out Door Retailer trade show this winter

 

Are there any stories behind the projects you makeWe make custom skis and snowboards for everyone- no matter what background or experience level they have. Since our product is so custom, we get to know our customers very well and get to know what they like to experience when they ride or ski. We get to make a lot of skis for the ski patrollers here in Oregon. We also donate a lot of custom boards and custom certificates that are used for raffles to generate donations, for example we made a custom snowboard for the Children’s Cancer Association that was raffled off at a fundraiser at our local mountain. Currently, I have a really exciting project that I am working on for an adaptive snowboard for a friend who was born without legs. I’m excited to teach him how to ride it and to watch him experience snowboarding for the first time. 

 

Have you had the need to contact Laguna for assistance since purchasing your machine? If so, please describe the experienceI was having dust collection issues and asked (on instagram) if Laguna could give any advice on getting some better suction on the cnc. It turns out that the dust hood we had was an old model, and has since been updated. As soon as they realized we had an out of date dust shroud they immediately sent us a new one! since then the new hood has been much more efficient at dust collection and has helped me keep a cleaner shop. I feel that Laguna’s customer dedication is the best I have seen from any tool company, and now whenever I have any questions I feel very comfortable reaching out and asking them directly.

 

Do you see your business/hobby expanding in the future? What part will your Laguna machinery play in that: Currently we are experiencing an expansion at Deviation- we are producing more products more efficiently and at a hire quality than ever before, thanks to the machine. As time goes on and we get busier I would hope to see another cnc enter the shop.

 

What do you wish you knew when you started out Woodworking and (if applicable) your businessIf there is any advice I can give to anyone, it is that there is no greater learning reasource than history. Wood working has such a rich history throughout human existence. We had to learned to manipulate wood to be able to survive. From furniture, to tools, to skis and snowboards, history is the best teacher. Because I mainly work on a cnc throughout the day, I have to remind myself the value of hand techniques- why fine woodworking takes patients and integrity for learning, whether I am making ski core or I am making finger joints. 

 

Thank you for submitting your story about you, your skills, and your projectsThank you for letting me be part of this amazing community of makers that you have created and supported. I have made so many friends on social media because of the exposure that you have given them, and myself! I am really excited to be part of the laguna community :]

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Meet DonorSigns/Nicolson Associates, Inc.

For 15 years, DonorSigns has been the premier custom sign making business for donor walls and plaques. When a person donates money to a hospital or school, they are honored with a custom-made plaque. This is where DonorSigns comes in. Because of the complexity and high level of design, DonorSigns has relied heavily on a CNC machine.

When DonorSigns first started making custom signs, they used a homemade 4’x4′ CNC machine. As impressive as it was to have made their own, DonorSigns realized they need to upgrade their capabilities. With using acrylics, aluminum, and wood, the main challenge with those materials was getting consistent cut depth, spindle speed, and feed rate. This is when they turned to Laguna for help with an upgraded CNC

Growing A Business

With more business means more production needs. And since DonorSigns has made a name for themselves as a premier custom sign and plaque making business, they needed tools to match. After intense investigation, they decided on a 4’x8′ Laguna CNC Router. With this upgraded machinery, the quality of their finished projects increased dramatically and consistently.

Because a CNC machine is so easy to use, new employees of DonorSigns are able to operate them in less than a day. Because a CNC machine can do so much, DonorSigns was able to not only increase their production rate, but the complexity of custom signs and plaques they create as well. And on top of that, they are able to repeat the same complex cuts over and over.

Stories Behind the Projects

To see the full video, visit their YouTube channel here. The design and installation is a really intricate process of complex parts that wouldn’t have been possible without a Laguna CNC. The install and design involves”3D Box Frames,” 5 top and 5 bottom frames out of a sheet of 4’x8′ Baltic Birch and assembled all six sides with glue and screws. The face panels and how they connect all of the box frames is the neatest part. Check out the video here!

Advice for new woodworkers/business owners

Their advice is simple but poignant, “Go for it.”

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Meet Signtec 360, LLC.

With 19 years of experience in their portfolio, Signtec 360, LLC. is a premier CNC sign making company. For most of their company’s life-span, they outsourced the signs they designed. But with the upgrade of a CNC sign making machine, Signtec 360, LLC is able to produce their designs in-house.

Signtec 360, LLC’s 4×8 SmartShop® 1

Maintaining A Business

Because Signtec 360, LLC has new CNC sign making capabilities, they focus on making ACM Aluminum, acrylic, and wood signs. Soon after upgrading to a Laguna SmartShop® I with Dust Collection, International Paper Mill needed triangle evacuation signs around their mill. With this challenge, Signtec 360, LLC. was able to route out ACM to form a triangle with only a one-sided seam. Even with their new capabilities, they’re looking to expand into producing Channel Letters in-house as well.

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Adivce for new woodworkers

Signtec 360, LLC’s advice is simple, “Buy Laguna!!!” We might be a bit biased, but we coulnd’t agree more.

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Meet Carter Whittier of Inheritance Furniture Co.

After inheriting a worn handsaw and drill from his grandfather, Basil, Carter became interested in woodworking in 2013. With those inherited tools, he made his first coffee table and instantly fell in love with furniture woodworking. Since then, his passion has led him to start Inheritance Furniture Co. With this new company, Carter focuses on handmade heirloom-quality furniture and home décor. Just as he inherited his tools, his goal is to create pieces of furniture that become passed down to future generations.

With a new company for furniture woodworking, comes a need for new tools. Carter’s first Laguna purchase was a REVO 18|36 after seeing it operate in person and talking to the Chattanooga Woodcraft staff. As the business grew, he needed more machines with larger capabilities. His shop now includes 16″ Planer 4hp Tablesaw and a P|Flux:1 Dust Collector

Carter Whittier with his planer working on a furniture piece

Inheritance Furniture Co.’s flagship piece: The Legacy Dining Table

Building A Business

With his shop filled with quality machinery to perfect his furniture woodworking business, Carter has been able to create even more complex creations, allowing him to make truly custom furniture for families. His flagship product is the Legacy Dining Table which is designed for beauty and maximum longevity. The reason for it being his flaghsip piece is the amount of time it takes to complete. His other products include an array of home furniture and kitchenware. The true value in his work is the accuracy, precision, and care he puts into his work.

Advice For New woodworkers

Carter says, “Advice I would give to people making woodworking their hobby or business is to get to know your machines inside and out. Become a master of the tools at your disposal, and your work will be taken to the next level. Invest in some high-quality calibration tools and take the time to learn how to use them.
Secondly, embrace failures as new design opportunities. When you fail, you’re in good company- Leonardo Da Vinci, Thomas Edison, and James Dyson are just a few people who found how useful failure can be.”

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Meet Craig Kassan of Kassan’s Creations

For 36 years Craig Kassan of Kassan’s Creations has developed his woodworking skills to become a master woodturner. Turning woodworking from a hobby into a profession back then, Craig worked for different furniture and cabinet companies.  Eventually, he started his own woodworking business, buying his first lathe in 1993, starting his path to becoming a master woodturner. With the wall sculptures Craig creates, the wood he uses for them are prepped with machines he used for cabinetwork and then turned on the lathe.

In 2005, when Craig attended the AAW Symposium, his goal was to purchase a lathe. Knowing Laguna’s reputation for bandsaws, he was excited to see a Laguna Pinnacle lathe. By the end of the symposium, Craig ordered the lathe to begin his new woodturner career. 

Building a business

After purchasing a lathe, Craig decided to also purchase a SuperMax 25 x 2 Double Drum Sander. The quality and capability of the Double Drum Sander convinced him to add it to his machine collection. With these machines, Craig became laser-focused on wall sculptures. They are arranged as polyptychs and turned on the lathe, usually with multiple centers. They are then mounted on an applied metal background. 

To accommodate his large sculptures, Craig had to come up with a large faceplate for the lathe. After 5 years of theorizing the best solution, he decided to modify his Pinnacle with an 84″ faceplate. This has given him the freedom of movement needed to create his large-scale sculptures. With his expert woodturner skills, his large wall sculptures have caught the attention of many corporate decorators over the years.

Advice for new woodturners and woodworkers

Craig says, “Don’t rush when buying tools/machines. Do your research and wait if necessary so you can buy the best you can. Quality is so important when it comes to your tools.
When buying equipment, you need to know that the company will stand behind their machines, and Laguna does.”

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Franklinton, North Carolina

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Creekview Woodshop | Local Kentucky Woodworking Shop

Meet Tanya of Creekview Woodshop, located in beautiful Bourbon County. She began her Kentucky woodworking career being interested in woodworking from her Father, who was a woodworking expert. When he passed away in 2016, Tanya was lucky enough to inherit his tools. Because of these new tools, she was able to experiment and explore woodworking in ways she had not before. Through continuing to use his tools, Tanya found that it maintained a connection to her Dad.

With the hunger for learning and exploring woodworking methods, Tanya became interested in woodturning. Even though her Dad nor she owned a lathe, she purchased a small, entry-level lathe, and began teaching herself. Over the months of practicing wood turning with much trial and error, she felt confident enough to upgrade her lathe. Tanya settled on the Laguna REVO 18|36 from her local Kentucky woodworking Woodcraft store. When she wasn’t at her job as an archaeologist, every waking moment she had was spent continuing to perfect her skills on her new REVO.

Creekview Woodshop | Local Kentucky Woodworking Shop

With her new REVO, Tanya has been able to broaden her work. She’s been able to turn bigger, more complex pieces on all kinds of different materials. Adding the outboard extension has even further increased the complexity of pieces she can work on. Over the years of constantly practicing, Tanya has become to master woodturning bowls, plates, platters, cups, vases, and a variety of random other items. Because she’s a local Kentucky woodworking shop, she uses the native Kentucky wood. And with this native wood, there’s plenty of variety Tanya enjoys combining. Though the imperfections of the unique wood she finds can be challenging, more often than not, it presents an incredibly unique and beautiful outcome. The stability of the 18|36 has allowed her to face more difficult challenges in creating her uniqueness.

To add to Tanya’s unique local Kentucky woodworking approach, she tries to have meaning to each of her pieces she creates. With her archaeological background, Tanya tries to prioritize wood with more imperfect structured shapes, sometimes pulling inspiration from the historic ceramic tableware she encounters as an archaeologist, as well as some abstract ideas of the mid-twentieth century, such as the flying saucer. In addition to trying to find meaningful and unique pieces of wood, after she completes a piece, she gives them a name. More about why she puts names to each piece can be found here.

The Future of Creekview Woodshop

For now, Tanya is enjoying the “experiments” she creates with her REVO 18|36. With this exploratory mindset comes new avenues and ways to use her lathe, which could lead to further expanding Creekview Woodshop. For now, she’s enjoying learning all she can about woodworking, specifically woodturning. Though the REVO is integral to the success of her local Kentucky woodworking shop, at some point she sees it expanding. And when she expands further, Tanya will be looking to Laguna for another lathe.

Advice for new woodworkers

Tanya says, “I would recommend that they just have fun with it and that the only limits are their imaginations (and safety – the lathe is a powerful machine and not a toy in a literal sense). Don’t let anyone limit you and say that your turned vessels have to fit in some certain mold. Make what you like and try out new things!

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Meet Kyle Emerick of Sandy Eggo CNC | Custom CNC woodworking for the San Diego area

Kyle Emerick, owner and operator of Sandy Eggo CNC – specializing in custom CNC woodworking projects, began his career in the CNC world with Motionmaster. With them, he helped build CNC machines for small businesses to Fortune 50 companies. After several years of working there, however, Kyle wanted to return to school. After breaking his back in a motorcycle accident, this helped Kyle in deciding to pursue a degree and career in IT. With these newly learned skills, Kyle went to work for Caterpillar, Inc. for the last 18 years. As much as he’s enjoyed working in the IT field, though, he always had a desire to get back to working with CNC machines making custom CNC designs.

In January 2015, Kyle committed to building his own CNC machine. Several months of research and gathering the correct parts were required. However, after taking that time, Kyle had to outfit his garage to handle his newly made CNC machine to begin designing and making custom CNC projects. The hardest part was having to move his beautiful 64.5 Mustang that had called that garage home for years!

From CNC Hobbyist to Part-Time Custom CNC Designer/Creator

Since Kyle’s initial plan was to run the workshop purely as a hobby, the self-made CNC machine was perfect. Doing random work here and there, he hoped to pay off the machine in a couple of years. But, with word spreading about the quality of work Kyle was doing, he started taking on bigger projects. Some of the first being a 4’x8′ signs for a few local wineries. Because of this, his plan of paying off the machine happened in just 8 months! This drastic increase in custom CNC work meant he needed more tools and an actual business name and license! Thus, the birth of Sandy Eggo CNC  – custom CNC furniture, signs, and more.

Though Kyle has kept the business part-time, for now, he has been able to upgrade his machine and tools to match the demand for his custom CNC work. To complement the woodworking he’s doing, Kyle decided on a Laguna 12|14. Due to its pricing, options, and local availability, customer service, and brand name, Especially after talking with several woodworking friends and two sales reps at Rockler he felt confident in his purchase. After going through a similar process of talking with colleagues, sales reps, and seeing a few YouTube videos, he then decided on a Laguna C | Flux. Collecting and disposing of the dust now is a pleasure compared to the old system he used.

Making the Custom CNC Project Process More Efficient

Because of the upgraded machinery, Kyle is now able to reduce man-hours since the bandsaw cuts so effortlessly and precisely. This was the main reason for Kyle purchasing the 14|12. Then having the dust collector being able to extract dust and have such an easy dispensing make the efficiency of the process a breeze. According to Kyle, almost nothing ends up in the bag under the filter, so the “vortex” is clearly working.

With the combination of the bandsaw, dust collector, and CNC machine, Kyle produces custom CNC furniture and signage, as well as custom parts and prototyping for local companies. Because of the addition of the Laguna machinery, Kyle is able to produce more and even better than he was able to before. “Having better tools,” Kyle says, “forces you to think about your layout, minimize waste, think in lean manufacturing processes to enhance the tools in the way [they] were engineered to work.” Not only has this mindset helped in producing more and better custom CNC products, but he’s focused more on his own shelving, storage, and workflow. Kyle sees, for the future of Sandy Eggo, building a shop on his property. He hopes to continue to upgrade his company’s machines to include a Laguna CNC machine, further optimizing his processes.

Advice for Future CNC Machinists/Woodworkers

In Kyle’s own words, “I recommend enjoying the mistake you’ll make. Don’t let them get you down, rather learn exactly what went wrong, why it did and how to correct it. There is so much to learn from woodworking. I have learned a lot about myself while getting into woodworking and that in turn has made me a much better woodworker. It’s enabled me to get into other crafts such as metalworking which is a great marriage.”

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Meet Ryan Dodd of 1st In – Emergency Products

Ryan Dodd started began the path to making emergency vehicle equipment by joining a high school shop class. Ever since he can remember, he has always enjoyed working with his hands, so signing up for shop class was a natural choice. His first real-world projects were subwoofer cabinets. Learning this craft led to the forming of his future career path.

As he progressed in his subwoofer cabinet making, he decided to join the local fire department as a volunteer. While working for the fire department, he noticed a need for updated and custom emergency vehicle supplies and cabinets. His crew needed a place to store emergency tools that they could access quickly and easily. Working with his fellow fire fighters, as well as other emergency service personnel, he formed 1st In – Emergency Products: designed to enhance emergency vehicle equipment and cabinets.

Emergency Service Personnel Developing Emergency Vehicle Equipment

“We are emergency service personnel. We are police officers, and we are firemen, and EMNTS. We build products that we ourselves would want to use. We know that lives are on the line and our procuts help our customers do their jobs,” Ryan Dodd explains about the people behind their emergency vehicle supplies in New Jersey. With this strong employee base, 1st In focuses now on cabinets, consoles, brackets, and other components for emergency vehicles. And just as sturdy as these people are, they need sturdier materials. 1st In uses wod, HDPE plastic and aluminum. But with a new business and equipment manufacturing comes a need for new machinery.

Growing An Emergency Vehicle Supplies Business

Because of the deman for their emergency vehicle supplies, Ryan had to look for a reliable machine would increase the efficiency of his man hours while and keeping quality high. After a lot of research, Ryan and 1st In settled on a Laguna 4’x 8′ Swift. They decided to go with the Swift because it was the simplest CNC machine to learn that offered all the functionality they needed. According to Ryan, the machine has worked flawlessly and one of their most valuable purchases. With the CNC router, Ryan says, they’ve been able to increase production and quality of their emergency vehicle supplies. This increase in production has allwoed Ryan and his team to decrease man hours and cut costs, allwoing their business to become more profitable. The minor issues and questions 1st In has had with their Swift CNC Router has been easily answered and resolved with Laguna’s customer service.

The Future of 1st In and Advice For New Business Owners

Though Ryan has drastically increased his production capabilities and quality, he’s learned a lot about what it takes to run his own business. His vision for 1st In is very bright and will expand the emergency vehicle supplies his company produces. Hopefully, with the help of another Laguna Swift machine and Plasma Table. But their mission will carry on the same with helping emergency personnel better able to save lives.

His advice for new business owners is, “[Running a business] takes a lot of long hours and commitment to succeed. Owning your own business isn’t always what is cracked up to be and you need to make sacrifices to succeed.”

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