Thank you. I've been trying the different combine modes but haven't found the right combination to make it work so my shapes can be merged into a top and a bottom like the way the two-sided leaf tutorial works. I'm looking at the 3D tutorials and essentially trying to take something like the trout model, make a mirror copy of it and merge it to the top to make a whole 3D shape. Any suggestions? I'm trying to do this all in Aspire since I'm just beginning to learn how to use Rhino and find Aspire much more friendly.
Adrian wrote:No you still can't do it in Cut3D. None of the Vectric programs will allow you to perform an undercut on material from one position. Cut3D still requires you to manually rotate the material and cut the other sides.
To create a sphere from the flat without repositioning the material requires a five axis CNC.
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