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Another 4 axis rout test.

Discussion in 'Laser Cutters' started by 3dsignco, Dec 1, 2009.

  1. 3dsignco

    3dsignco Active Member

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    Did this over the weekend.. Was made from 2x6 redwood glued up to a 6x6..32" tall Not real happy with routing redwood. Tears out too easy and inconsistent color. I'll stick with the Black Walnut,Oak,Birch and clear pine from now on.

    The top and bottom section is some Dentil molding I designed for the house wanted to see how it would wrap. To much detail in a small place. But otherwise can't complain.. I'll use it for a pedestal mount for a table. (Or workbench leg. ;)

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    No clean up right off the router and slapped on some stain. I usually sandblast with baking soda or walnut shells to give it a smoother finish.
     
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  2. CES020

    CES020 Very Active Member

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    Those would make killer peg legs for a pirate :)

    Beautiful looking 4th axis work, thanks for sharing!
     
  3. james mcgrew

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    excellent!!

    jim
     
  4. J Hill Designs

    J Hill Designs Major Contributor

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    g'damn thats sweet
     
  5. signmeup

    signmeup Major Contributor

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    That would take a few minutes to hand carve.
     
  6. Joe3

    Joe3 New Member

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    Wow!
     
  7. advsign22

    advsign22 Member

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    And also an 18 pack if your Mosh
     
  8. JK driver

    JK driver Member

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    That is Killer! How long did it take to machine? :cool1:
     
  9. OADesign

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    wow. That's beautiful. Great work. That had to go a few hours. How many tool changes?
    Also what software? Delcam Artcam?
     
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