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 From:  okapi
2022.41 
That's a beautiful model! thanks for sharing
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
2022.42 
Hypercube :)
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Pilou
Is beautiful that please without concept!
My Gallery
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 From:  renklint
2022.43 In reply to 2022.38 
Beautiful!
Quite amazing that you could do that in one piece, it looks pretty big.

/Lars
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 From:  Michael Gibson
2022.44 In reply to 2022.38 
Wow, what a fabulous result!!!

This totally looks like an art show piece. Do you have any plans to make a collection of these for a showing or for sale?

Really great joins too, it is hard to see them without a very close inspection.

That's a really beautiful and rather unexpected form to come out from CNC, I really like it a lot.

- Michael
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 From:  BurrMan
2022.45 In reply to 2022.44 
I would like to see some screenshots of the camming toolpath and how you did that without a trunion table.

We have a rotatry also and am interested in your technique. We are limited in our software as we can only wrap and index, and I know you said you have RhinoCam, probably with 4th axis capability??

Anyway, Very nice! Anyinfo you could post on the CNC side would be valuable and appreciated for and by me!

Burr
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 From:  Nick (BODINI)
2022.46 In reply to 2022.45 
I suppose this thread took a break until April 1 for a reason.
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 From:  Michael Gibson
2022.47 In reply to 2022.46 
Sure hope that's not an April Fool's...

- Michael
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 From:  BurrMan
2022.48 In reply to 2022.46 
I think we've been had.
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 From:  Lemo (LEMONNADO)
2022.49 
Haha

I am so sorry! (not)

It is.... a render... But I made the render and the model.
So I don't feel all to bad. I used Cinema 4D and VRay.

But in any case, this is my desired end result and I WILL route that soon.

Till then, thanks for being such good sports!

Lemo
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 From:  Michael Gibson
2022.50 In reply to 2022.49 
Hi Lemo, I hope that your final result will hold up to that great image!

It'll be a bit of an April Fool's on yourself if you can't match that now! :)

- Michael
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 From:  yannada
2022.51 
thank god I have seen your work here Lemo hehe. http://www.headus.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=571
I'm amassed by your UV skillz
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 From:  Lemo (LEMONNADO)
2022.52 
There's another one 8)
http://www.onesmall.com/stuff/woodknot.jpg
Not milled... rendered...
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 From:  Nick (BODINI)
2022.53 In reply to 2022.49 
I happen to do a *little* 4th axis rotary and lathe work too. The red flag of reality came up immediately. Good joke though. :-)
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
2022.54 In reply to 2022.52 
So you can make also a pull with woodknot! :)
But forbidden for smoking people :D

A cool prog for Knot : http://pagesperso-orange.fr/hypatiasoft/index.html
+ free cool transformation image "online" (page bottoom)
Charger une image = Load image
Sauvegarder une image = Save Image
(when you save image write "my_image.jpg" (jpg necessary !!!)
For close the prog close the Web page !

With your image and the free transformation "online":)

EDITED: 2 Apr 2009 by PILOU

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 From:  Mip (VINC)
2022.55 In reply to 2022.54 
Also of interest, Cristobal Vila's 2003 animation on Escher's woodcut, Snakes :

http://www.etereaestudios.com/docs_html/snakes_htm/snakes_movie_index.htm
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 From:  JP (FIVESPIRATE)
2022.56 In reply to 2022.18 
Could you please comment more on where you obtained the drive motors and electronics? Also, as always, pricing? Are you using Mach control software?
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 From:  Lemo (LEMONNADO)
2022.57 In reply to 2022.56 
The entire thing costs around 6-700$ to make. Without labor. If you count that with a reasonable rate you would have to allocate around $1600. Motor is a 90-0Oz/Inch $100 one from Ebay/Hongkong/China in this case and the electronics are from geckodrives.com. I use EMC on Linux with a realtime kernel. MS-Windows and Mach3 would work as well but has the usual MS dependent 'features' which means that it will work and that there is a reasonable explanation every time it fails. Other parts I either had or ordered from McMasters which happens to be almost around the corner.
Cheers
Lemo


PS: You also need a Small Machine Shop to make it... Mill, Lathe, Bandsaw...etc... etc... all that good stuff which brings one close to a divorce....
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 From:  Nick (BODINI)
2022.58 In reply to 2022.57 
Good source for motors: http://www.kelinginc.net/
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 From:  Lemo (LEMONNADO)
2022.59 
Here is a carving I made with my machine. The pre viz is in the gallery.

I'll be giving some classes/workshops soon in the Bloomfield, NJ area which is 20mins and two train stops away from Penn Station in Manhattan.
From idea to solid model, all hands on. Not a plain lecture.
If there is interest within the MoI community , please let me know as there is a discount.
Cheers
Rainer
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 From:  Michael Gibson
2022.60 In reply to 2022.59 
It turned out great Rainer! That's also cool idea to do a sort of "start to finish" workshop.

- Michael
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