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Jamie Oxenham • Ontario, Canada
More info: oxenhamdesign.com


Film props, television and print Advertising
Themed signage and the manufacture of all things creative.


With the right machine and a little creativity, anything is possible. I have been a long time supporter
of Techno cnc routers. In fact I have a blog dedicated to the use of my machine and software.

Everything pictured here was cut with my Techno CNC Router. 

If I can do all this with my Techno, imagine what you could do with yours.

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Legobakugaan sculptureLoopin LouieChris Gordaneer Photography SignStone Plynth For FilmMinature Cottage
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The Proper Carpenter, 2949 Prosperity Avenue, Fairfax, VA 2203

More info: http://www.thepropercarpenter.com/default4.asp

Thanks Charlie (Charlie Bible - Techno Systems Sales) for the wonderful incentive. As I have mentioned before I am happy to supply you guys with any copy you need for promotions.... ideally I would love to be included in the Techno book, but I know that takes time. I am really a huge fan of Techno, having researched machines for two years I know I made the right decision.

Something I didn't mention before but I think you all will find interesting is that I am investigating making props for the theater industry. Having 2 degrees in art and 10 years teaching at various universities I have been dreaming of incorporating my real love into my work. last year I was invited to a 1920's themed party and of course couldn't resist the temptation to build a prop. The attached photos are the result of my efforts and include 2 photos and one plan. Almost everything was built on the CNC except for the barrels of the gun which are PVC. The stocks are 100 year old local walnut which I cut on the CNC, and the rest of the gun is made from MDF. I made the body of the gun in three pieces, two sides (mirrored) and a middle slice, then glued them all up. The magazine is built from MDF and holds a flask (true prohibition style), it can be fitted and removed from the gun via bullet catches and a magnet. The finish is an old trick I developed in grad school, rubbing a graphite stick over a silver primed surface to mimic metal..... works like a charm. The case is plywood and cut with a prefect mold of the gun, lined with velvet. The top of the case include my own signature (carved with the CNC of course) and then filled with gold leaf. The name "Caleb" appears on the gun as I decided to gift this to my close friend who is a costume enthusiast. 

Enjoy, 

Richard Sewell
The Proper Carpenter 
Proprietor | Carpenter | Designer
            703-864-6710      

"Properly handled, properly built."

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Toronto Football Club •
These were made using my Techno 59120 CNC routing system. Damn I love them machines!!!!

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Hickman Custom Boats, 611 Murfreesboro rd., Woodbury TN 37190 (Vintage Hydroplane GP-317)

More info: http://www.hickmanboatworks.com/about-wooden-boat-building-restoration-and-repair.html
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Mr. Mark WInger - Construction Technology Instructor • Redmond High School, Oregon


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Mr. Robi Post - X2 Incorporated, Powhatan VA (Architectual Framing)


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Tom Farmer - TMF Custom Wood Products, Hilton NY (Shop Light)

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Tom Farmer - TMF Custom Wood Products, Hilton NY (Full Scale Electric Boat)

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Mike Wilson - Smyrna TN (Pool Cues)


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Juila Cole & Leigh Rosser, "Ripple Effect" - South East Community Center, Kansas City MO (Kinetic Art)


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