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I wanted to learn CNC so I started off with a simple project. I was in the market for a cribbage board so instead of buying one I ...
I used LibreCad to design the board. You could use any CAD program as long as it can work with DXF files.
I divided the board into two CNC steps. One for the lines and one for the holes. From the CribbageBoard.DXF file save the line level to a file ...
Load up the lines.ngc file in EMC. Install the 1.35mm end mill in your CNC machine. Square up the piece of Maple. Then fire off the program. Note: ...
Now we fill in the lines with epoxy. First step mix the epoxy with a "Little" bit of black resin. Second, "frost" the face of the board with ...
To drill the holes, place the board back in the milling machine. Use the "Dots" to align the board. Open the Cribbage.ngc program in EMC2 and fire it ...
All done. Please let me know what you think. This is my first instructable so be kind.
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