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This tutorial guide leads you through the process of converting a 3D model file describing the shape of an F1 in Schools, R-Type car into the CNC file used to manufacture the solid 3D car body. In order to machine the solid 3D car body, you must create at least two separate CNC files. The first CNC file will be used to machine one complete side of the car body. The balsa blank will then be rotated 180° in the jig and the second CNC file used to manufacture the opposite side. Some designs may need to be manufactured from 3 or 4 sides to produce all the detail on the design. Create your car design Your car design is created using a CAD software package. This guide describes the process using Solid Edge but other CAD packages may be compatible. There are two basic ways to create your design. Add a reference plate to your finished car design, Save your car design as a Stereo Lithography File, Load your STL file. Manipulating the View, Orientating the model. Set cut depth. Set Model Position. Setup Tools. Edit Plan Parameters - Raster FinishingThis information applies to those using the Extra Long Series 1/4″ Cutter. (38mm flute)Edit the plan parameters so they appear as below. Creating the CNC files for the other sides.To create the 2 sides of the car we can use the same CNC file but input a simple code - ‘M71′ to mirror the program in the Y axis and produce the other side. Using Denford VR Milling V5, The VR Milling V5 software contains detailed help fi les including tutorials and animations. Access these by going to Help on the menu. Configure the software for the machine. Load your CNC file. Fit the jig used to hold the billet inside the CNC machine. Creating the CNC file to machine the opposite side.
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