I’m trying to figure out a way to use a .25 end mill to remove most of a pocket and then a .125 to finish out the detail. This would save a ton of time. Any ideas? Thanks, y’all.
This is known as “Rest” machining — it is a feature in Carbide Create Pro:
- (NEW) Rest Machining for CC Pro. (Need a better error message when no toolpath is required)
Alternately, one can do the geometric hoops to separate the areas which need to have the smaller tool applied:
Thank you so much. This helps!
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