After years of making the same part repeatedly on the CNC router, I finally decided it was time to make the router load it’s own material.
Friction is a valid way to hold a part for routing. That is how most vices and clamps work. The key here is to calculate an amount of friction that will resist the cutting forces while at the same time keeping it low enough for the router to be able to overcome it while loading and unloading.
I’ll post more on this when we have it working. For now, here is a cool picture of the jig.
Here is a screenshot of some of the parts we’ve designed for the Stain Dipper. All of the mechanical parts are in the design and correctly positioned and all the hardware has been ordered…
Here are several of the parts from Fusion 360
Here is a servo motor mount and custom made pulley.
Here is a small piece of Nylon used to connect a 1/16″ cable with a aluminum tube.
I was teaching Zech (11) how to model in Fusion 360. We made a nice 3D render of some play houses.
The ability to add and remove images from a Book Page is now working. Next step is to make the alignment buttons work. Final step is to plug it into the rendering…