CAD to CAM to CNC: Part Five — Putting Patterns to Work

In my last post, I used Rhino3D CAD software to create a 3D ripple for one of the BARN Workbench vise chops. 3D drawing tools were used to take a simple squiggly line and revolve it around a point to make a surface. For the design in this post, I’ll demonstrate the power of simple shapes and patterns. My design goal for this vise chop was to give it a classic […]

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