I’d like to make a wooden spoon and was wondering if that’s possible to do with the standard CC? Can it be done with a bowl bit? I don’t have one but can pick one up. Thanks!
Yes, if one either:
- sources a bowl bit which has geometry which matches the spoon one wishes to make
- if one is willing to draw the contours and assign toolpaths for each layer of the spoon, see:
Thanks for the reading Will. I understand the idea but am having a little trouble visualizing how to to apply that to the geomtry of a spoon. Any chance you could whip up a quick example in CC for me?. Thanks so much.
Draw up a spoon:
Draw up the stock and the spoon in profile:
Then draw up the tools in profile and divide things as necessary.
Then inset as necessary:
and assign a toolpath to the correct depth:
Repeat until one arrives at the need for a central line to clean up the bottom:
which all previews as:
Spoon.c2d (380 KB)
Working up a matching file for the bottom of the spoon is left as an exercise for the reader.
That’s fantastic, thanks so much.
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