Difference between revisions of "Carbide Create: A Simple CNC Box"

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(Created page with "{{#ev:youtube|V93xDM3lXsM}}[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V93xDM3lXsM] For this tutorial we will use: - Width: 9.5" - Depth: 3.5" - Height 7.375" - Thickness(s): 5 th...")
 
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For this tutorial we will use:
 
For this tutorial we will use:
  
- Width: 9.5"  
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* Width: 9.5"  
- Depth: 3.5"
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* Depth: 3.5"
- Height 7.375"
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* Height 7.375"
- Thickness(s): 5 thick wood. 0.0625" thick plexiglass and 0.125" plywood
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* Thickness(s): 5 thick wood. 0.0625" thick plexiglass and 0.125" plywood
- Inset: 0.125" from front and back edges and .25 deep
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* Inset: 0.125" from front and back edges and .25 deep
  
 
It is also necessary to determine the orientation of the box --- this particular case is envisioned as standing up, or hanging on a wall, more as a shadow box.
 
It is also necessary to determine the orientation of the box --- this particular case is envisioned as standing up, or hanging on a wall, more as a shadow box.
  
 
Launch Carbide Create and choose a stock size with reasonable proportions for your monitor and which is comfortably larger than all the parts involved:
 
Launch Carbide Create and choose a stock size with reasonable proportions for your monitor and which is comfortably larger than all the parts involved:

Revision as of 11:13, 7 January 2018

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For this tutorial we will use:

  • Width: 9.5"
  • Depth: 3.5"
  • Height 7.375"
  • Thickness(s): 5 thick wood. 0.0625" thick plexiglass and 0.125" plywood
  • Inset: 0.125" from front and back edges and .25 deep

It is also necessary to determine the orientation of the box --- this particular case is envisioned as standing up, or hanging on a wall, more as a shadow box.

Launch Carbide Create and choose a stock size with reasonable proportions for your monitor and which is comfortably larger than all the parts involved: