Another guy who's produced a Turner's Cube is Jake Horsey, a Coroflotter and metal designer-fabricator based in Sunderland, Massachusetts. Horsey can blend CNC with manual milling skills, as in this mariner's astrolabe (done in collaboration with Ben Westbrook), where the dial was done via CNC and the indicator was manually milled.
Horsey's the guy you go to if you want a bad-ass custom headbadge for your line of bicycles, like NFG Cycles did:
Or maybe you want a metallic version of your graffiti:
Or a prototype of a chainring for your track bike:
Or maybe even some jewelry:
Horsey's skill set doesn't stop at finished objects and prototypes: He also uses his metalworking skills to whack up the things that help other people make things, like a custom tool for punching out slots in steel bars, or a heated, handheld press for activating the adhesives used in the bookbinding process.
Check out more of Horsey's book on Coroflot.