What is the most useless thing to make on our big fancy expensive Tormach CNC machine? How about something that most people get for free. Something that you can find in most garbage cans on garbage day. An item you might use every day and never think about it. A CLOTHES HANGER. This is quite possibly the most over engineered device for hanging a shirt or pair of pants ever made. The hangers are cut from a 1/4 inch piece of aluminum on our Tormach CNC with a 1/4 inch end mill. From there they are wet sanded and polished then cleaned in preparation for anodizing. The second arm of the hanger is shaped from Black Walnut and finished in Danish Oil. This is version 1 of the hanger and version 2 is in the works.
If you think that’s over-engineered, I just bought some hangers that size adjust from small child through adult. I got them at The Container Store for the uniforms I work with, when child size is too small but adult is too big.
Your design is modern sophistication. Forget the anodizing; the “brushed stainless” look of the aluminum combined with the walnut has a sleek elegance. They make good travel hangers; they fold small for packing.