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This is a picture of the ISOtunes Link 2.0 with boom microphone in my shop.

Is the ISOtunes Link 2.0 worth buying?

Yup it’s me. Royce from Hill Country CNC & Woodworking, wearing some hearing protection I have gotten to know very well in the last 6 months. No, I don’t smile often! 6 month review of the ISOtunes Link 2.0 earmuff with boom microphone. I’m sure their is someone else out there that is like me …

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Wood stack at Dakota Hardwoods in San Antonio, TX.

Choosing the right material for you next CNC project.

What material should you use for your next CNC project? Woodworkers, Craftsmen, CNC Operators and Laser Engravers are always pondering, “what material should I use next?”   The answer is as infinite as the question and really can’t be decided here. Too many follow on questions, this is just more of a philosophical view of …

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Tax deductions and Write Off article

Small Business Tax Deductions

Small Business Tax Deductions & Write-Offs (2023) This article is a list if items that several groups of small business mastermind groups came up with from my poll question, what do you deduct or write-off in your woodworking, CNC milling or Laser etching small business?   It feels wrong to be writing about taxes, but …

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Picture of a CNC router bit.

What you need to know to make your CNC bits last?

Understanding these concepts will extend the life of your bit and make your projects better. There are several things I try to avoid when using my CNC bits, with the most obvious being, “don’t run your bit into anything!” But, beyond that things are less obvious. This blog, with the help from SpeTools, trys to …

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Upcut Downcut Bit

What is the difference between an Up and Down Cut Bit?

Understanding these two key bits can really help you start or move forward with your CNC dreams. We all have our preferences and ultimately it has to do with the job you are working on. I use a Onefinity CNC that runs a Makita router with a 1/4 inch collet. With than said I have …

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