Building a large CNC machine in my garage – Inventibles XCarve

Assembling and testing the X-CARVE CNC machine from Inventables. This machine is a 3 axis CNC capable of cutting wood, metal, plastic, cardboard, etc. It’s a very capable machine with a 1×1 meter build volume. â-¼ Get your own X-CARVE at Inventables â-¼ https:// â-¼ All music in this video created by Audio Sprite (aka. Richard Tulk) â-¼ https://soundcloud.com/audiosprite87 â-¼ Use the following links to support me & my channel â-¼ Donate @ Buy one of my T-Shirts @ Discount on GT Omega Chairs @ -or- Use code ‘NERDGASM’ at checkout! â-¼ Time Indexes â-¼ 1:03 – Unboxing Parts 1:17 – Bubble Wrap Attack 2:33 – The First Innuendo (@Xaqaria) 3:02 – Timelapse of sorting components 4:39 – Assembly o

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CNC Project: 3D Carving Motorcycle Model | ToolsToday

Hand drawn motorcycle by Pierre-Luc Arseneau from Pla3d.com turned into CNC art using ArtCam and Amana Tool® Router bits on a General® iCarver CNC machine. Sketching the concept with a pencil, the talented Pierre-Luc Arseneau draws his motorcycle concepts on paper. The attention to detail he puts into the drawing and tracing of his vectors is remarkable, and the finished piece of art shows it! Pierre scans his finished motorcycle drawing, imports the file into Corel Draw and begins to trace his artwork by creating the vectors. ArtCam is used to create and simulate the tool paths. Now that the digital file is prepared for cutting, he transfers the file to a portable USB drive and inserts the drive into his CNC machine. Pierre will insert his tools and center his X, Y and Z axis before m

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