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Intermediate Bits & Tools Tray

Rating:
5/5,
  • Software:
    Rhino / LaserWeb4
    Machine Time:
    About 40min with tool changes
    Bit or Laser Size:
    1/4" Upcut - 1/8" Downcut - 1/16" Downcut
    Feeds & Speeds:
    In average 15 mm/s
    Materials:
    Hardwood
    Epoxy
    Mica Powder
    20171210_155043.jpg

    With so many projects im constantly changing bit on my router but until today i had them all scatter in the shop, so i decided to make a little tray to put everything in one place.

    This is categorized as Intermediate because of the multiple bit used. I also this an epoxy inlay that could be some trouble if you have not played with that before

    The process was like this:
    - Designed the desired shape in Rhino ( This is one of the most powerful apps out there )
    - Loaded into LaserWeb4 and create the different operation. Mind that i executed them separately to
    account for the tool change
    - The 3 operations where:
    1 - Pockets and Outside Profile cut with 1/4" bit
    2 - Drill operations with 1/8" bit
    3 - Pocket for the letter with 1/16" bit
    - After milling i mixed the epoxy with some mica power and gilled the letter pocket
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    - 24h later when the epoxy was cured i sanded it down flush
    - Applied Danish oil and let it dry then a coat of wax and some bufing

    I hope you enjoy the video bellow!!!!
    20171210_155043.jpg 20171210_155034.jpg 20171210_094601.jpg 20171210_094439.jpg

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  1. KyleShea
    This project is great! I hope it's not rude to ask, but would you be able to upload a copy without the letters?
    Thank you!
    1. Ariel Yahni
      Thanks Kyle. You can not select them before creating the operation and that will prevent it from cutting :)
      Ariel Yahni, Jan 24, 2020
  2. Mark Carew
    Super cool use of multi tool changes. Great project, thank you for sharing :thumbsup:
      Ariel Yahni likes this.
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