Randy Johnson of American Woodworker

Last week Randy Johnson of American Woodworker magazine stopped by the 3D lab to see what we are doing and to show us what he's done.
Randy has an undergrad degree is K-12 Art Ed and a graduate degree in Industrial Technology Ed with an emphasis in furniture design. He taught for a few years, but then pursued furniture building as his main career for several years. The past 10 years, Randy has worked as editor for American Woodworker magazine. Their readers are primarily hobbyists, so most of their content is from the practical and functional angle.
Randy shared a couple of his recent CNC articles as well as some CNC created sculptures that are part of a spherical sculpture series with us. The spheres are 24" in diameter. It was a great and informative visit full of beautiful project examples.

Check out some of his CNC-related articles for American Woodworker:
CNC Project Gallery.pdf
CNC Vcarve Inlay.pdf
15813_CNC_Woodturning F.pdf