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brendan kavanagh

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September 11, 2023 - 11:53 am
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Thank you Alex i will take a look 

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September 11, 2023 - 9:57 am
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Hi,

Short video to show you how to add a finishing pass in the corners

Do your jobs as usual,
export to OptiNest, then into Vcarve,

Not in Vcarve applied your Toolpath template if you have one,

Create first Polyligne drawing on croner, Moved to News Layer, here “FINISH_CUTOUT P18.1”

Create other Polyligne corner (always on same direction, just follow outline direction)

After test on first applied it to all similar layers,

You can backup (Update) , your Toolpath template, like this FINISH_CUTOUT P18.1 with automatically create for next jobs loading you toolpath template, 

Hope this video Helpful, Alex

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September 8, 2023 - 3:52 pm
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Hi Alex

Could i get a video re last message please 

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Alex

 

can you send me a video on how to do the second pass with the 4mm on the corner only as I’m not that knowledgeable on vcarve when it comes to these corners 

Thanks Caroline 

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Hi,

 

Yes in this case shape are included into outline,

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The radius is determined by the radius of the milling tool.

In this case, I recommend making a first pass with your conventional tool, then a second pass with a finer tool if you want a smaller radius.

 

Cheers, Alex

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Hi Alex

Unfortunately I don’t understand your answer, we just want to make sure the L shape at the front is as square as possible sorry Alex

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Hi,

 

For this, you will need to refer to your profile document

 

To see if the profiled corner works with a radius of 6mm (12mm/2)

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Some profil work with great radius near than 12mm

 

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Hi 

As you can see from attached unit we want to do a cut out in front of gables 40mm high 25mm deep in an 18mm board on base units as there is a 40mm rail going in this gap 

We need this to be as square as possible we use a 12mm end mill to cut out our boards do we need to use a 4mm to square this how do we do this?

 

can you send on a video to show me this

Thanks Caroline 

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