How We Make Dividers


I’ve just posted a short video on the machine and hand processes that go into making a pair of Crucible dividers. You can check it out here if you like.

— Christopher Schwarz

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5 Responses to How We Make Dividers

  1. I could watch CNC machining in process all day long. 🙂


  2. hgordon4 says:

    Wicked cool! I have a reminder set for 11:55 tomorrow.
    Re your comment about price on the Crucible site… That’s a serious exercise in cost accounting to determine how to amortize the cost of all that outstanding equipment, development, Raney’s time, etc.
    I have no doubt that they are worth every penny of $120.


  3. jonfiant says:

    That is super cool. I have never seen a CNC milling machine in operation before. Sure, I’ve seen CNC routers in many shops do their thing, but something about doing the same thing in ateel is just way better!



  4. smathews8234 says:

    This is amazing! Can’t wait to get one.
    I really like the idea of buying tools from someone I know (even if vicariously online).
    And I think it is good to pay what things are worth, because you will pay one way or another anyway.


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