Ok, got the Cut3D and gave it a try. I went for the 2 sided option with the bowl sample file first. I reduced the size down so it would be quick and it turned out pretty good. I did have a problem in that 'I' rotated the part in the wrong direction across the grain so the stem on the bowl broke off on the bottom side roughing cut. But...it was fun watching the stem bob up and down in my dust collection hose for awhile. hehe.
The main thrust of this was to figure out the strategy and get familar with the software. The software worked flawlessly for me. No problems at all and the interface was very clean, bug free and intuitive. Great job fellows! Btw, I used a glue-up of some cheap pine I had done a week or so ago and was pretty impressed with the finish quality I got. HeHe..notice the biscuits that got dug out..
This is the software I've been looking for the last 6 months (since I got my shopbot) and it will certainly do the job+. What a great piece of software! Wow!
Tony, Brian...you wouldn't have Queen Elizabeths email address would you? If you do send it on, I think we need to nominate you for Knighthood..or something..Isn't that what you do on the other side of the pond for valor and greatness?
I have a prediction...ArtCam will be on a 'sale' within the next 3 months!
Tony, Brian,..and whoever else was involved...thank you and you did a GREAT JOB! I applaud you!
Btw Joe, you stuff looks really GOOD! WOW!
Everybody...spread the word...there's a new King on the hill now!