Will It CNC #1 Cork / Making a Sanding Block

July 16, 2016 - Comment

  00:02 Introducing will it CNC. 01:12 Preparing file. 02:33 Cutting timelapse. 03:28 Making a sanding block. 04:25 Pick the next material. Related posts: DIY Cork Coasters! – Do It, Gurl

 

00:02 Introducing will it CNC.
01:12 Preparing file.
02:33 Cutting timelapse.
03:28 Making a sanding block.
04:25 Pick the next material.

Comments

Павел ЁжЫГ says:

Hi Savva!
2:10 then you enter characters from the keyboard for a few pieces to see
what these characters
In Windows (and 8 10 too) there is a handy program that allows to view,
copy from and paste into other applications all characters of all fonts
installed in your system. The program is called Character Map, you can run
it simultaneously press Win + R keys and then type in the search
“charmap.exe” or enter “charmap” (without quotes).
Of course the size of characters when you view there is less than in the
editor, but once seen 200 pieces, and when you press on symbol it becomes
larger.

DIY3DTECH.com says:

Interesting, what would be even cooler is to really form something from the
cork, like a car or something (understanding it would be profiled from the
top). Also like the video, however the closed captioning was in the middle
of the screen making things a bit hard to see, however really like the idea
of trying other materials on the CNC!

Joe Forks says:

I vote cottage cheese.

BassieBulk says:

You’re on to a new hype here Savvas “Will it CNC”.
Just buy a brand new iPhone and CNC it!
Front and back of course 😉
You’ll get millions of views!

Bill Weissborn says:

Parmesan! They already put wood-flour in it here in the states. Seems only
fair to put cheese in your sawdust.

baconsoda says:

I selected Stilton because I think it’s the messiest.

Bernie Stefan-Rasmus says:

I think pecorino for a sanding block

w0mbles says:

I vote for King Island Cheddar.

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