From Design To Cad To Cam To Cnc Part One
From design to cad to cam to cnc part one is post about Cnc Woodworking bookmarked by albert with ID 12255837400 was uploaded on 05-01-2019 and has been viewed 130,872 times.
Using a CNC and 3D CAD design to create a carved workbench vise chop.3D Design and 3D Carving using Digital Tools I've been writing about Digital Woodworking and CNCs for a while now and when it comes to techniques, for the most part, I've kept the topics focused on introducing basic processes and concepts that are useful to woodworkers who are new to this world.
There's a lot more digital woodworking basics still to be covered, but that can wait.It's summer and time for some fun, so I'm going to jump way ahead and take readers for a ride through the world of 3D design and 3D carving in the next several blog posts.
It's my hope that this project will give you some idea of the amazing things a woodworker can create using traditional woodworking skills combined with the latest digital tools.The Project Recently, I completed an extensive BARN workbench design project for a local community woodworking group called the Bainbridge Island Artisan Resource Network.
In the process, I created 9 workbenches and 11 vise chops.The design approaches and techniques on this project are excellent examples of how to take digital woodworking far beyond the two-dimensional part cutting that I've written about...