Cncs Vs Pattern Shaping
Cncs vs pattern shaping is post about Cnc Woodworking bookmarked by clinton with ID 175632765 was uploaded on 05-01-2019 and has been viewed 265,409 times.
Modular shaping jigs.With this setup, I can mix and match components for different situations.I can shape small parts, furniture-sized parts of any shape, curved parts big and small, and parts up to 96″ long.
The way they're designed, the jigs adjust to the shape of the particular part being cut.It's a great setup, and I love using it, but sometimes a CNC can do the job better and faster.If you build furniture out of wood, you'll find that once your design becomes more than a collection of straight lines and begins to include curves, shapes and other details - you enter the world of pattern shaping.
What is pattern shaping? It is a woodworking process for accurate duplication.Instead of creating repeated parts from scratch, an existing pattern of the part is used to produce an exact copy.Shaping a part involves machining it with a straight bit (in a shaper or router) that has a bearing that is the exact diameter of the cutter (the bearing can be on either the top or bottom, or both).
To begin, place a rough-cut part on the table, attach it to your pattern and run the pattern along the bearing.The excess wood is accurately removed and the...