Cad To Cam To Cnc Part Two A Dedicated Jig For Two Sided Cnc Work
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In my previous post about making the BARN workbench vise chop, I shared the basic CAD design work for the project.In Rhino3D, I created the curved 2D design - the chop and a simple box representing the blank stock it's milled from.
The chop profile is a simple curved shape.But, when it comes to design, don't take 'simple' for granted.Managing simplicity is a key skill for good design.That curve is a core design component of the entire project.
Along with the basic shape and a few additional key elements that'll be covered over the next few posts, we'll have gathered together everything we need to set up the project's 'design space' — a master CAD drawing where the design elements and visual tools all come together for creating new vice chop designs.
I had one task I wanted to get out of the way early - I needed to design and create a dedicated jig to help me machine the vise chop blanks through several CNC operations on both sides of the board.The goal is to make it possible to flip a blank over and back so that milling and carving routines can be run on both sides of the part....