YouTube Videos - Show us what you are cutting

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Tony Mac
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YouTube Videos - Show us what you are cutting

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I'm sure everyone enjoys seeing what other users are cutting on their CNC machines and watching videos of projects being cut is always very interesting.

So if you have any videos on YouTube / Internet please post the links in this thread so we can all see and enjoy your work.

I've tracked down the following videos, but I'm sure there are many more waiting to be shared.

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David Cousins running projects on his home built router



Carving a Sign and PCB Machining by PatM001





Collection of videos by bp092 showing projects running on his home built Joe 4 x 4 Hybrid and Joe 2006 routers.










WidgitMaster Midi CNC Router cutting the Cut3D Marlin Sample.




Sign cut by kc4ylx on his ShopBot



Tahustvedt's machine milling a pair of rotor blades for an Align T-Rex out of oak.



Coogrrr's very first real cut.


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My video page

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Hi all

Like you Tony I enjoy seeing at what other peple are cutting on their machines. :wink:

Here is a link to my video page, hope you like it ?
http://www.woodsign.dk/video.html

Regards
Borge
www.WoodSign.dk

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Another very impressive home-build router project by boguski.1 on CNCZone.



With a detailed report on the complete build available on CNCZone

http://www.cnczone.com/forums/showthrea ... post317723

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Another DIY router made by NGraver001 running Mach3 and Gecko drives.


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camaster 48x96 cobra win cnc controller and new keling microstepper drives. file courtesy of james booth of vector art 3d to be displayed at IWF atlanta

jim mcgrew


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camaster 36x72 special build, porter cable router gecko drives
vector art 3d file "grapes" using cut 3d

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edible grapes

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1st completed large panel grapes, james booth provided file used cut 3d for machining



man am i happy see you at IWF

jim mcgrew
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Here was the first plaque I cut on my Joe's 4x4.



I will be at the farm all weekend, so I am hoping to get some CNC time in, it has been way to long....

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excellent!!

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james sail boat in cut 3d

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it is 12" tall and 21 wide set .625 deep at 300 ipm less than 2 hours including rough out!!



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Hello,
My school was the winner of a local contest that brought a news show to our school. They recorded seven live segments and the principle gave me two of those. Here is a link to the segment on the cnc/autocad!

http://www.wtte28.com/newsroom/gdc/cool ... id_3.shtml

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here are several making ipod docs
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Re: YouTube Videos - Show us what you are cutting

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I'm sure you've seen this video. Sorry for the extra posting, but I must post my video here as this is my first model cut with Aspire. I did finally finish both clocks. The one pictured here was for my daughter, who turned 20. She's a volleyball player for her college here in Huntsville Alabama.


In this picture you can see Allison and the inspiration for the clock.


I also made a watch winder for a friend. He has an old fashion inertial winding watch. But his watch requires constant wearing. Over night, it winds down. So he devised a mechanism to wind his watch at night while he sleeps. Yes, its a bit silly, but it was easy, and I cut the wood to make it work. VcarvePro is all that I needed.

The video is Sans the watch. So you'll have to use your imagination to picture the watch installed.
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Re: YouTube Videos - Show us what you are cutting

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This was done with Cut3D not VCarve, but there is not a video section in that forum, so I am going to post it here.

It is my first attempt to do anything in Cut3d, and I believe it came out well. The video does not show the high detail, but I will take a picture with my SLR to show all of the detail.

Cut at 100ipm with 4% stepover on my homebuilt Joe 4x4 Hybrid.

-Chris

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http://www.33degreeseastww.com

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