Thank you, I think I already did this, yesterday I milled some of the material to the cnc, but the mill moved a long time in the air. I would like to eliminate as much as possible this wasted time…
ways to help avoid milling air:
Model your stock accurately and use the “stock from selection”.
In the cut levels tab, use stepdowns that are even divisions of the milling depth. Also check out the Z containment section and see of that helps.
I did this, but when I set a specified depth, he no longer takes into account the previous setting and goes up.
What does your stock look like?
Can you post the file?
Please send your part to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know exactly where you are stuck and we can try to help you. Thanks.
Hi Augustin! I have encountered a similar problem to yours while creating my project. I managed to create a pocket toolpath at the center of the cover of depth = 0.7, but I couldn’t create the toolpath for the cutout. I attached the STL and the toolpath file created in Rhinocam 2.0, but both files were zipped. I guess this is a frequent problem with Rhinocam because one of my friends also had issues with it. To be honest, I didn’t end my project because I read an article on https://www.happynewguitarday.com/best-guitar-for-beginners/ and got interested in one of the listed guitars. In a while, I will receive my brand new Yamaha FG800, so I think I will have less and less time for projects like this.