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Drawing with my CNC

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  • Drawing with my CNC

    I decided I wanted to draw images of different sizes such as my clip art, which could be motorcycles, cars, any kind of designs which could be used as either wall hangings or banners. Also parts could be designed, printed on the paper and later someone could cut these out and use them as templates. My table can draw 49 in x 49 in without moving the paper. I made a holder for the Sharpie pen and mounted it to my tool holder and did the following drawing. The paper is 30 in wide. I thought you might enjoy watching it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-B1FKpjtiA

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    That is really neat. I have thought about aCNC table, maybe someday.

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    • #3
      Cool

      Thats pretty slick
      I've made a lot of templates out of 1/4" plywood to use with the plasma cutter by free hand drawing - that would sure be a lot nicer!

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