No Cost Low Cost Easy Entry Digital Woodworking — Part One
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Paper patterns are a simple, no or low-cost method any woodworker can use.Using a drawing program makes it easy to do.I 'tile' standard sized pages and splice them together using a faint grid underneath the drawing to line everything up as shown in this Morris chair arm.
It always starts with a design Digital woodworking uses digitally controlled tools in your workshop as an addition to hybrid and handtools.Most often this means owning and operating a CNC and learning to use CAD programs.
For many, committing to a CNC is a big step financially, so here are some thoughts on how to get started with digital woodworking.Here's the thing, you can mine a nice chunk of the benefits of digital tools at little or no cost; with no long-term commitment and with very little fear of technology on your part by using a technique I used for many years.
It doesn't matter how you approach woodworking; power tools, hybrid or hand tools, you can immediately benefit from digital woodworking - I'll show you how in this three-part series.Start with paper patterns The trick: If you have a computer, and if you're reading this blog, likely you've got one — then you can...