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Assignments: (Group) 1. Test runout, alignment, speeds, feeds, and toolpaths for your machine. (Individual) 2. Make (design+mill+assemble) something big.Published on: Mar 11, 2020
|1||CNC Milling Machine: Recontech 1312 (Manual)|
|2||6mm Two-Flute Square Flat Milling Bit|
3D Designing with Fusion 360: Learn more from Week 2: Computer-Aided Design
After finishing designing the chair and the table, I unfolded their parts and placed them within one piece of flat plywood respectively.
The bit I used for milling the rotational table (12mm fiberboard) and the chair (15mm Plywood) is 6mm thick and its shape is two-flute square flat.
I followed the steps below to generate the toolpaths:
Cutting speed & Tool Feed Calculation:
Following is the CNC machine I used for milling.
The fabrication steps are:
The inital cut depth:
The max cut depth:
After finishing milling, I followed the steps below to do the post-processing:
The dust sometimes affected the sucking strength of the vacuum and therefore made the plywood move during milling, which was really dangerous. I needed to pause the machine to remove the dust and fix the sheet again evrey now and then before continuing milling.