Router Bits and Ice Sculpting?
I know it is spring time and for those of you north of the Mason-Dixon Line, the last thing you want to do is think about snow and ice. Well…today you just have to appreciate them because of someone combining them with woodworking tools!
I was reading a post on HJHNews.com about students from the Caine College of the Arts at Utah State University. Wouldn’t you know that right there in the article they say, “Who knew that chain saws, hammers, chisels, grinders and bubble and router bits could be put to task to help make one of the most beautiful works of art in Utah?” Yup, they used router bits to help make a gorgeous ice sculpture that weighed 7,800 pounds!
That made me think about you and the other woodworkers who read our posts on The Cutting Edge. The question of the day:
- Have you ever used your router and router bits for something OTHER THAN woodworking? If so, what did you make?
Post your answers as comments, we can’t wait to hear what you have been up to!