At my job (financial data analyst) me and my Maslow were a running gag. My colleagues belief/believed I am in a sort of a midlife-crisis since I started “making” things.
So, when my supervisor asked if my Maslow could “make” letters for their carnival carriage, I jumped in! (don’t know if this is a global known thing. During carnival every village has a parade, at least in the south of the Netherlands).
Next thing I know, I committed myself into cutting 146 letters out of 12mm plywood .
Designed the letters in Fusion and used the CAM settings as noted in this post (smoothing / feed optimization / ramping) : Cutting Improvements: Ramp Down in Corners and Full Height Finish Passes
The results are pretty good, but I did notice some burn in sharp (outer) corners
I increased the “Reduced Feedrate” under Feed Optimization to 400mm/min, hoping the increased speed would decrease the burn. However, I did not notice any visual difference. Anyone has a clue?
This project will have me occupied for the coming evenings. Sure thing I’ll bite my tongue the next time someone has a “nice” project