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A video tutorial on how to create a CNC laser program of a woman shaped contour
This is the first part of the CNC router z-axis build. The z-axis is one of three axes for the CNC (x, y, and z). The z-axis allows the router to move in the up and down direction.
This is the software portion of a video tutorial series on how to build a CNC Machine. This video will show you the downloading and installation steps necessary to use the EMC2 application.
CNC Router machine complete video tutorial series. Watch the first demonstration from the DIY CNC machine.
CNC plasma cutter cutting .375 mild steel.
Here is a CNC Project that is shot in a tutorial sequence. It goes from the Design, CAD, CAM, Control, CNC Plasma Cutting and then final assembly. Check out this CNC How-To to learn how to make a stomp pad for your snowboard. Learn a little about CNC Design, CNC Programming, G-Codes, and CNC Plasma Cutting.
In this next video we go over the design of the CNC Stomp Pad. We use Adobe Illustrator to sketch it out. We prepare something that a CNC Plasma Cutter could follow. We prepare and think for the next step which is bringing the design into CAD. We also keep CNC Programming and our G-Code in mind.
In this CNC Tutorial Video we go over the design in CAD. We resize it to our dimensions and then convert it into a DXF File. Finally the DXF File is ready for CAM. There are many things you should look at while in the CAD phase. Mainly you need to know you design is exactly correct. If you don't you will just have errors and waste downstream in the CNC Process.