Greetings all. I tried several times to do an inlay and i am not successful as much as i want. Here is my dilemma.
I want to do a Vbit inlay and have watched many of the tutorials available and still seem to be missing something. I want to inlay a image with a 60 Degree 10 MM bit and a 3MM Endmill. For the female the Start Depth is 0.0 and Cut Depth is 8MM (Maple) For the Male the Start Depth is 4 and Cut Depth is 4MM (Walnut) Flipped Horizontal and about job center When i did this the walnut wont fit into the female its grossly oversized and wont fit.
What did i do wrong and can i salvage my work? Even just the maple?
Do you have a picture? Tin/Purpleheart one was a 45 degree bit, but the "twig" inlay was a 60degree engraving bit, as was the Padauk inlay with the same gap(good seating). All males were the same 50/50 start depth/flat depth settings. Perhaps post the .crv if no copyright issues as well? Somebody should be able to help:) scott