I bought myself an 1981 BP S2 CNC almost 2 years ago. Converted it to PC controls running Mach3, leadshine drives and CNC4PC BOB. Anyhow, I use it for a lot of things, but mostly artsy engravings and such. I have mostly devoted my work to a small online community obsessed with older mobile audio amplifiers made by Phoenix Gold. So far they have kept me in more work than I can keep up with between the hobby shop and my shift job. Bellow are some of my nicer large pieces.
I did the shroud on this one, not the amp itself. The shroud is a .125" aluminum trim ring, the acrylic is .25" area cleared to sit flush in the aluminum frame. IIRC, size is 15x36.
I did the aluminum shroud on this one, as well as the acrylic, similar to the above, but this one measures 15x18. I also did the lighting, yellow, orange, and red LEDs, 16 in total to get the gradient. The design was customer requested, but I also did all of the vector artwork. I appologize for the blurry pics, they were submitted by the customer...
And this one was built for me alone, it is going to be part of a pair once I finish the other. I built the case, end plate inserts, acrylic top, and all of the connectors and internal electrical bus. The amps inside also have some power mods.
Anyhow, that is most of my best stuff. I have lots more, but these were my favorite projects. I hope you all enjoy them!