Episode 9 / Jigs

July 3rd, 2017 | 1 hr 15 mins

Our guest for this episode was Matthew Steinke!

“ice cube” relays, acrylic, ants, bespoke, breaker, bubbles, cnc, dog bowls, ice picks, jigs, laser cutters, modernist, rusty cans, shop vac, terrariums, toaster ovens, vacuum tube

Matthew Steinke is our guest this week! Austin, Texas in tha house! Jigs is our topic! We cipher on Matt’s forays into robotic music making, radio transmissions, terrariums, art objects and weird retail experiences.

Taylor synthesizes CNC prototyping, mold-making, felting and leather-working to create something even cooler than a bespoke modernist CNC dog bowl. And you thought it wasn’t possible! Matt wields shop vac, laser cutter, and toaster oven while chasing the allure of bubbles, “ice cube” relays, and vacuum tubes. Rob just might have a way to conquer his giant pile of rusty cans … … … or he will get tetanus and be in a lot of pain. Taylor busts out an amazing Frieza impression. “This isn’t even my final form!”

Shout out to Federico Tobon for coming up with the “jigs” challenge!


A CNC milled buck for “casting” wet felt


Have you a Zans for cans? You should…


Homemade vacuum table/toaster oven toxifier