Yes you can! This is a great CNC Foam Cutting project to make a C-130 Herc. I am used to small RC Airplanes. This one is Huge!
CNC shows up in a lot of woodworking projects. Why not? It speeds things up and makes very accurate products. This is a very cool bowlProject. Well Done. Now my wife wants me to make her one.
Carving anything with ais cool. Carving Ice is really cool if you know what I mean. Here are two videos about a purpose built for Ice Carving. The first video talks about the machine, the second video shows the machine in action. A little different finishing process then clearing away chips at the end.
Ice Pro CNC Video 1:
Ice Pro CNC Video 2:
Have you ever seen a photo engraved in stone? Sometimes you see it on memorials and tombstones. This video shows you the behind the scenes on how it is done. At the end of the video there is also a photo montage of different finished projects.
CNC, Elk and Cougars? Who thought that would mix? Well it does in this video. Nice project making a sign/plaque. Perfect for the cabin or a gift for an avid Outdoorsman.
It is amazing how fast some CNC Routers work. When I built mine, I used lead screws and ball screws. This one is built with belts. For a home-build this is extremely fast. Zip, Zip, Cut, Cut.
This is an interesting video where a guy built his 2nd. His first was out of MDF and a bit tired. He really upgraded and it runs on Mach3. Really Cool!
I own a and I have been cutting some MDF into strips. I’m currently using a slitting saw blade which is OK but ideally I would want to use a standard circular saw blade because it will cut through the MDF easier.
The trouble is all these circular saw blades are normally advertised for use with either a table saw or a hand-held circular saw. Are these saw blades OK to use with a?
Basically, what I have done is to bolt the spindle on mysideways and attached the saw blade using an arbor. Using a slitting saw works fine but I really want to use a circular saw blade instead.
I can’t see any reason why there should be a problem but for safety reasons I just thought i’d better check.
please help me to get the right feed rate , plunge rate the dwell time and rpm for cutting and drilling the aluminium 10 mm thickness sheet