December 21, 2020, 2:13am
I want to get into 3D using CM Pro but every time I attempt to create something the results when I view the 3d are terrible… Have watched videos and they are generally helpful and they make it look so easy but NOT. I really need some help
(Arjan van de Ven)
December 21, 2020, 2:35am
How about starting retracing the steps of this one:
that way you can start with an STL from thingiverse or so (or make your own in blender) and at least get some 3D stuff under your belt
if you have questions about any of the steps, please ask, it’ll help me make the tutorial better
(William Adams (Carbide 3D))
December 21, 2020, 3:43am
Here are some non-video tutorials:
Does anyone know of it is possible to create wide flutes similar to what are in the photograph with vcarve pro?
A replacement for a lost board game part — first draw up the part, measure it, select an appropriate piece of stock and set up Carbide Create to match:
I either need some guidance, or I am requesting a new 3D modeling feature for Carbide Create.
Built into Carbide Create is the ability to model Flat, Round, and Angle. In the screen shot below the top object is the classic “Angle” which produces a pyramid shape. What I want is (what I am calling) a “Ramp” shape, like the 2nd and 3rd objects below. Ramps angled horizontally or vertically.
A “Ramp” is almost the same thing as an “Angle” object, but the height just varies on two sides instead …
January 20, 2021, 3:43am
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