First I'd like to say thanks to those that helped me get through some software glitches. Without their help I'd still be scratching my head trying to figure it out.Looks good, is that a placard or a cover for a piece of equipment?
What text software did you use and how long did it take to machine with your high speed spindle?
What is text-to-curve? Is it text aligned to a radius as opposed to a straight line?Does you software do text-to-curve? That's a fun one, I use BobCAD-CAM which does the cool fit text to curve. Glad to see that you got your router cutting it up. Nice job
Ah! I understand now. I don't think my CAM software has that feature but will check it out. I run D2NC which is a fairly basic program.Yes it is tom, not only a radius on a flat part, but also planer, like a 3d roll if you will, it will fit curves in multiple axis
Can you make a video of it wrecking something like a teddy bear?So after seeing battlebots on TV, I decided thats a thing I needed to do.
With some investigation, I found out there are pretty frequent smaller weight class fights in the north east, so then this happened
And the reality (every part machined on my hobby mill!)
Its taken apart right now for the second version, it punches through 1/8" steel I dont think something like that would be very entertaining, just a teddy bear getting a hole popped into it.Can you make a video of it wrecking something like a teddy bear?
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In 2006 I purchased my first lathe and mill from Harbor Freight with no idea how to use them
since then I have built (converted to cnc ) all of my cnc equipment from scratch not kits and have a lot I'd like to show...
I'm sorry for the slow reply, My lists I follow keep getting wiped out so I don't get an email.simply AMAZING!!! Would love to see you consider a YouTube video of a project end to end. I would be so interested in watching how you do this great work!