Somebody really want to make these worth their while.
1) Start with a search of local companies. Most
architectural woodwork shops have finally made it into the
90's and have CNC routers and point-to-points to supplement
their recent discovery of Excel and Word for Windows. For a
list do a search of Architectural Woodworking Institute
(AWI). You can also tap the National Association of Store
Fixture Manufacturers (NASFM). These guys aren't quite as
bad at bottom feeding at the AWI folks and have had
teknology for a couple/few more.
2) Make some calls to a local Vo-Tech (a true Vo-Tech, one
that has equipment/is training for industry) and see if they
can work it into the curriculum. Chances are they wouldn't
mind making a couple/few dollars on the side that doesn't
have to pass through the *usual channels*.
3) Have one made and use it as your template. At a hunnert
fifty a crack you can buy a pretty awesome Onsrud inverted
pin router (used). Hell for $150 the template should be
solid aluminum or at least phenolic. :-)
4) Back when Al Gore's Whirled Wide Web was actually
searchable I had a link to a clearinghouse for people with
CNC machines who wanted to job out down time. I'll leave it
to you to thumb through eleventy million hits on Google
until you get the right search argument, if it even still
I could laser cut them if you like.There is a 45.00 dollar fee for set
up.Send me the file and I can give you a price. Let me know if I will supply
material or you....and how thick...Just finished cutting 3000 houses out of
MDF 3/4 thk.......Brian
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