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Beginner Wooden Card Case

Rating:
5/5,
  • Machine Type:
    CNC Router
    Software:
    Fusion360 & LaserWeb4
    Machine Time:
    15min
    Bit or Laser Size:
    1/4" Flat
    Feeds & Speeds:
    16 mm/s
    Materials:
    Hardwood
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    I have made lots of leather wallets but never one with a cnc router, so i wanted to change that today.


    Theres not much in the process but it goes like this:
    - Took some measurements from my credit card and decided the overall size
    - Opened Fusion 360 and made the 3D Design
    - Created CAM operations in Fusion 360 > 2D Adaptive Clearing & 2D Contour
    - Exported the toolpah using the default grbl prost processor
    - Opened LaserWeb4 and loaded the gcode
    - Placed a 10mm thick hardwood ( dont know what species it is but i like it very much :)
    - Fire the CNC Router

    After it finished i sanded my way to 600 grit and applied some Danish Oil.

    I have added the original stp and skp files if anyone want to make one. If you do please share :)


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  1. PAULECAREW
    now that i would like to buy
    DO YOU HAVE ANY 4 SALE
    NICE JOB
    1. Ariel Yahni
      Thanks, sorry i dont have any for sale :(
      Ariel Yahni, Nov 11, 2018 at 9:58 PM
  2. Ariel Yahni
    You are welcomed.
    This was made.more of a front pocket , I'm sure this will be susceptible to wear.
  3. melt.burn.make
    I'm guessing you use the wallet in one of your back pockets, and based on that have you had any issues with the sharper bottom edges deteriorating your pocket fabric? Thanks for sharing your project :)
  4. Mark Carew
    Great project Ariel :thumbsup: really like the look of the wood grain when you hit it with the oil. Thank you for the share
      Ariel Yahni likes this.
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