And of course, there are some individuals here who are at an age where they may not want to know "EVERYTHING"! Just "Saying!"
Brokenbear wrote:I basically agree with most things said so far from you folks and I appreciate your input suggestion and thoughts ..no question given enough time and splintered lumber I could learn the ins and outs of Vcarve ..but I am working with variables not addressed that I can find so far any where ..I have found no reference to proper 3D modeling while using the spoil board as Zero instead top of material and the material set up to get the model fully to the bottom of the material to create the G code
Self taught is valuable and and almost forever with you ..but I see Vcarve about like buying your own airplane ..you can self teach and taxi it down to the local quick shop for a loaf of bread ..or get instruction and fly to wherever you want and pick up a case of steaks ..I'm just suggesting a way to reach for the steaks
If anyone knows of a tutorial or an accurate you tube explanation centered around spoil board zero and 3d modeling from the spoil board I would greatly appreciate it
Please keep the ideas coming
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