Hey guys -
I’m running a test cut on pine to cut a ‘t-style’ guitar neck. I’ve modelled in Rhino and followed the following tutorial (for job setup etc) for 2-sided cutting (extremely helpful for a new guy doing 2-sided cuts!):
The job cut ‘ok’ but the perimeter cut was pretty jagged. I used a 1/4" em for the roughing passes and a 1/4" ball-nose for the finish passes (please see screenshots below).
I’ve read that this is a common issue when cutting a 3D model but I’m not sure how to work around this. I can import the actual outline ‘curve’ from Rhino into Aspire but have no idea how to create a toolpath to get a clean perimeter cut while at the same time have the 3D model cut as is laid out.
You can see even in the rendering how jagged the perimeter is:
Any help is appreciated!!