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Re: Ribbon Box

Postby LittleGreyMan » Thu Nov 01, 2018 8:59 am

Bobtail Farm wrote:Art in the conception and art in the execution.


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Re: Ribbon Box

Postby Mark's Wood Chips » Thu Nov 01, 2018 1:54 pm

Excellent job! That box will be fun to show visitors to your home.

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Re: Ribbon Box

Postby mcsteve » Fri Nov 09, 2018 1:04 am

Amazing and inspiring work. Nicely done!
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Re: Ribbon Box

Postby creativescrollworks » Wed Nov 14, 2018 8:22 am

Nicely done. What bits did you use?
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Re: Ribbon Box

Postby zaxis » Wed Nov 14, 2018 3:05 pm

Thank you for your interest. I used a .25 uncut on the box pieces and a .125 with a .125 shank on the ribbon because I needed to cut .625 deep and a small pocket left behind. The .125 with .25 shank only cuts .5 deep so I used the smaller shank. I have never found a .125 x.25 that cut past .5 deep.
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Re: Ribbon Box

Postby SteveNelson46 » Thu Nov 15, 2018 12:13 am

zaxis wrote:Thank you for your interest. I used a .25 uncut on the box pieces and a .125 with a .125 shank on the ribbon because I needed to cut .625 deep and a small pocket left behind. The .125 with .25 shank only cuts .5 deep so I used the smaller shank. I have never found a .125 x.25 that cut past .5 deep.


The Carvewright people have extra long carving bits. A 1/8" TBN and a 1/16" TBN. Both have a .25" shank and a carving depth of 2.125". They also have a pressed on sleeve for a 1/2" collet. The sleeve can be removed with the application of heat. Michael Tyler claims to have used the Carvewright bits in his Shopbot but has not mentioned the extra long bits. I have used them many times in the Carvewright machine with good results. Shallow passes are imperative.

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Re: Ribbon Box

Postby scottp55 » Thu Nov 15, 2018 1:56 am

I've been using these for 4 years when I nest close or maximize use of my hardwoods.
Likes a conventional toolpath, at 10K and around 2 IPS at 1/2Diameter pass depth...I've cutout everything from Teak to BBPly.
https://www.ebay.ie/itm/1-8-CUTTING-BIT-FOR-CARVEWRIGHT-MACHINES-OR-COMPUCARVE-1810-1250-1000A/152376526461?hash=item237a59467d:g:M1QAAOxywbNQ~RL0:rk:1:pf:0
.69 inch BalticBirch Kyocera .125 inch for carvewright.jpg


Not as smooth a cut as his .125"shank Downcut(normal CEL), but also just bought the same bit but with extended length that I've only used for a deep 3D roughing(River Red Gum and Big Leaf Quilted Maple). It says .675CEL, but my calipers say I'd try .8" feeling pretty comfortable, and it cuts Nice:)
https://www.ebay.ie/itm/1-8-1250-CARBIDE-2-FLUTE-ENDMILL-DOWN-CUT-SOFT-PLASTIC-WOOD-LONG-FLUTE/152971857621?hash=item239dd54ed5:g:Oq0AAOSwCPdaxW1m:rk:11:pf:0
10.30.18 DADS HEART ROUGHING1.jpg


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Re: Ribbon Box

Postby llwood » Wed Nov 21, 2018 4:22 pm

It looks like you glued 5 flat (1/8" thick) sheets together to get the piece from which you cut the ribbon. How did you produce those 1/8" sheets? We've tried using a planer but sometimes the planer picks it up and munges it since it's so thin. Or did you use a drum sander? Or were you able to buy some type of veneer? Thanks.
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Re: Ribbon Box

Postby adze_cnc » Wed Nov 21, 2018 5:55 pm

llwood wrote:How did you produce those 1/8" sheets? We've tried using a planer but sometimes the planer picks it up and munges it since it's so thin.


Have you been using an auxiliary planer bed? https://www.woodmagazine.com/woodworking-plans/jointing-and-planing/auxiliary-planer-bed

Still no guarantee that the wood won't shatter (depending on grain structure) but it significantly reduces that chance. Also gets rid of snipe.

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Re: Ribbon Box

Postby zaxis » Wed Nov 21, 2018 6:05 pm

I use a drum sander to get the thin 1/8 layers. I do segmented vases and bowls so the drum sander is a plus for sanding the rings flat for gluing. The sander also will sand down to 1/16 pretty easily. If i did not have a drum sander I would probably just make my layers a little thicker and maybe only have 3 or 4 layers rather than 5. It would still look like ribbon. BTW I also have a DeWalt planer and no matter how fine tuned i get it i generally have snipe. Again the drum sander fixes that.
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Re: Ribbon Box

Postby Rybuggy » Mon Mar 04, 2019 2:30 am

zaxis,

great job! in fact, I liked it so much, it inspired me to give it a try. the box is maple, and the ribbon it padauk and cherry
Thanks,

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Re: Ribbon Box

Postby zaxis » Mon Mar 04, 2019 3:14 am

What a great job. Your box turned out really nice. I am really glad that you benefitted from my post and gave it a try. I think doing things with CNC that is not all dedicated to carving plaques or making signs is always a good thing. :D :D :D
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Re: Ribbon Box

Postby mtylerfl » Mon Mar 04, 2019 3:48 am

Great work, Ryan! The box is beautiful!
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Re: Ribbon Box

Postby scubanimal » Tue Mar 05, 2019 12:00 am

Very cool, Going to have to try that myself one of these days, those are really nice!
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Re: Ribbon Box

Postby Rybuggy » Tue Mar 05, 2019 2:19 am

Thanks for the kind words. I love being parts of this forum, and this craft. seeing everyone's talent only pushes me to try harder, and do better.

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