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    Maple and Walnut, 11 by 14 inches
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    Charlie L
    Stinger II, 48 by 48, 1.7 kW Spindle, FTC + Laser + Recoil + Vacuum, July 2012
    WinCNC 2.5.03, Aspire, PhotoVCarve, Windows 7 Pro SP1
  • #2

    That looks awesome, Charlie. Nice clean inlay. Well done!
    Last edited by drummerjg; 02-09-2021, 08:24 PM. Reason: Schpelling
    Joe Garber
    Retired, Hobbyist
    Stinger 1 SR24
    FTC
    Laser Pointer
    HSD 1.7kw Spindle
    Indexing Lathe
    WinCNC, Aspire 10.5, PhotoCarve
    Storm Vacuum
    drummerjg@icloud.com


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    • #3

      Excellent work!
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      Jim Becker

      SR-44 (2018), 1.7kw spindle, Performance Premium, USB, Keypad, T-Slot table (y-axis configuration), WinCNC, VCarve Pro upgraded to Aspire

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      • #4

        thanks for sharing your artwork - impressive and inspiring! my favorite wood combinations...

        it looks like you accomplished a round over around the top edge with the cnc, did you use a round over cutter, or ballnose? either way, it looks like it turned out great!
        Last edited by TimPa; 02-10-2021, 11:48 AM.
        Panther PT-404 (aluminum)
        6 position ATC w/5hpHSD, Aspire 11/WinCNC, Recoil, Laser, Hurricane
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        • #5

          Looks great! Nice job.
          Gary
          2018 Stinger II SR-44, 1.7kW Spindle, Performance Premium, Recoil, Gantry Lift, Cyclone
          Fusion 360
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          • #6

            As always the work is excellent ! What i like best is showing the method,, teaches the new guys !

            Again Thanks and Bravo !
            James McGrew
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            • #7

              Originally posted by TimPa View Post
              It looks like you accomplished a round over around the top edge with the cnc, did you use a round over cutter, or ballnose? either way, it looks like it turned out great!
              Tim, I used a pointed 1/4 inch round over. A while back I figured out the depths and offsets that work best for each size of my round overs. After you have those tweaks to the toolpath profiles figured out it is really easy to add a nice round over on the CNC instead of the shaper. Sometimes, the shaper just can't handle a tight corner.

              I also make a bunch of these for a friend. I figured out how to safely cut the finger holds in the sides. For that I use a 1.5 inch diameter finger pull bit. I learned a bunch the first time I tried that process. Slow is good as long as the maple doesn't burn.

              Thanks to all for the comments.
              Charlie L
              Stinger II, 48 by 48, 1.7 kW Spindle, FTC + Laser + Recoil + Vacuum, July 2012
              WinCNC 2.5.03, Aspire, PhotoVCarve, Windows 7 Pro SP1

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              • #8

                That is awesome, Charlie.
                TR
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                • #9

                  I also use a point-roundover for this kind of thing...enough that I'm likely going to invest in an insert version so I can maintain better sharpness. The one I have now is a "bargain" piece of tooling. It works, but it's not as clean as I prefer.
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                  Jim Becker

                  SR-44 (2018), 1.7kw spindle, Performance Premium, USB, Keypad, T-Slot table (y-axis configuration), WinCNC, VCarve Pro upgraded to Aspire

                  Non CNC stuff...

                  SCM/Minimax
                  Festool "a good collection"
                  Stubby - lathe
                  Oneida Cyclone
                  more...

                  Retired from full time work in the telecom industry 9/2017
                  Occasional commission work for others, but mostly for me...furniture/tack trunks/signage/guitars
                  Located Bucks County PA

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