I have created my first Maslow design, a large free standing cacti umbrella stand, that I have designed and made a cardboard prototype of as attached.
Am trying to work out how to create a cool texture to the design (cacti effect) using a round nose bit to engrave a pattern similar to any of these https://www.google.com/search?biw=1280&bih=832&tbm=isch&sxsrf=ACYBGNTM2JbH4Jw0BwrI0sF0WRb2imAr2Q%3A1568146914856&sa=1&ei=4gV4XeTwM627gwe19LKACw&q=cnc+plywood+spiky+texture&oq=cnc+plywood+spiky+texture&gs_l=img.3...177516.177516..178974...0.0..0.69.69.1…0…1…gws-wiz-img.M9X3q2YpL08&ved=0ahUKEwjk6cK-isfkAhWt3eAKHTW6DLAQ4dUDCAY&uact=5#imgrc=-OrsTchIpCd5yM:
Have spent the last few days trying to work out how to do it and it seems its all to do with selecting the right toolpaths when generating the cam.
Have found a few previous posts in this forum such as Guide for carving (guide for carving)
Am trying to work out how to use the maslow to create similar organic looking texturers using a round nose bit and just engraving before cutting out the project.
The best video I have found to do with just using the tool path is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-NRNFEStEs&t=156s don’t want to have to design the texture from scratch…he is using aspire.
Can this be done using makercam>?
Any tips/links to video would be appreciated…