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ruby-red

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CNC Machined out of solid oak hard wood,




If anyone have any ideals what I can make please share maybe I can try to machine it, I can also cut metal too


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If anyone is interested I think have enough wood for 5 more that I can cut for about $20 each plus shipping (it take over a hour to make one)
 
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dougelam

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Man, cutting into my business lol
Cell phone stands that can be personalized is 1 idea!


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dougelam

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Laminated plastic can be cut as well
I make license plate key chains
This one is of my wife's car a
1982 Mustang GLX with a 302 engine


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Toms007

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I've got a 48 x 96 ShopBot that I use for lots of different things. here's something I did a couple years ago.

 

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I've never run a bit as small as that (.03). Smallest I've run is .125 tapered ballnose. The C6 emblem was run with a 60* V-bit on 1/4" melamine.
 

ruby-red

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i was afraid of breaking the .031 cutter I'll have to look into .125 tapered ballnose. and the 60* V-bit
 

dougelam

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On our IS400 Gravograph I am limited on size 8x12 for most things
Tooling range is .005 too .171 and your imagination

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Biggest project I've done was a sign 36 x 78. I use Aspire for the design/toolpathing software, which allows me to do all sorts of 2,5D and 3D designs, although I really haven't done much in 3D. I use V=Carve toolpathing for most of my stuff....thus the use of "v" style bits....60, 90 and 120 degree.

My setup.



 

dougelam

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I have a choice of "V" style and end mill bits as well as non rotating diamond bits for glass

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Biggest project I've done was a sign 36 x 78. I use Aspire for the design/toolpathing software, which allows me to do all sorts of 2,5D and 3D designs, although I really haven't done much in 3D. I use V=Carve toolpathing for most of my stuff....thus the use of "v" style bits....60, 90 and 120 degree.
Damn Tom,You gots all the toys...................:thumb
 

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Toms007

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I have a choice of "V" style and end mill bits as well as non rotating diamond bits for glass

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I have and use v bits as well as straight end mills and have a diamond drag tool, but haven't used it on glass, only for engraving brass, aluminum plates and I even used it to engrave the slide of one of our local LEOs Glock with his name and badge emblem.
 

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