- Rhino / LaserWeb4
- Machine Time:
- Bit or Laser Size:
- 1/8" - 3.175mm
- Feeds & Speeds:
- 30 - 50 mm/s
- 11mm PlyThere could be hundreds of easier ways to do a hook but in this weeks projects i wanted to show how easy is to make on a cnc including dual side machining.
This project start by creating the shape of the hook and once happy with it i make sure i make some register holes to be used as guide when flipping my stock.
When thas done i just make sure i copy the design and just flip it making sure its rotated at its center so the registration hole still match.
From there we are of to LaserWeb4 where 2 sets of operations need to be made. 1 for the front and the other for the back once the flip the stock. That would look something like this.
Once ready hit start and done. Watch the video above to see how the flipping is done.
This procedure can be applied to any dual side machining project.
I plan on making other types of attachments for this system in the future