We build cabins and use a lot of 18mm ply which is cut and routed to be assembled as structural parts. Currently I design in Rhino, lay out the parts flat, use make3d, export as dxf then import the dxf into VCarve which I use to generate toolpaths. In VCarve I might need to make offsets, join curves to create closed areas for pocketing and add ‘dog bone’ fillets for corners. It’s time consuming but it works.
However… does anyone know of a way I might streamline this by producing toolpaths directly from the parts in my Rhino file - especially without having to lay them out flat? Can MadCam or RhinoCam or some other add on do this for me?