So I want to carve out a Harley Davidson sign. I need to use 3 bits, several stages to sign, I haven’t a clue where to start. I’ve search YouTube, Easel, blah blah blah. Can someone point me in the right direction? Yes, I am challenged when working with this machine, I know what I want to do but finding help isn’t all that easy.
Again thanks, I need a Easel for dummies course. While some things are easy and others can be found on YouTube there’s still quite alot of information thats hard to come by. Trial and error are not acceptable with the cost of things today.
I have this one as well, it goes over a similar process of using multiple workpieces in order to assign 2 bits into 2 different sections of the carve.
You can then run one job, followed by a bit change. And then run the 2nd job… and repeat as desired…
So, if I can translate my thoughts properly…
I want the letters carved using a v-bit (60*), the outline around the lettering carved with a straight bit (1/4?), then after that I want to cut out the entire logo from the piece of wood I started with.
Seth, thank you. you are a master at what you do and it shows. I’m a tad slower than you, will try to mimic what you’ve done. Appreciate your time and concern about the copyright infringement, its for me only. So given the option to do an SVG I tried to get one into Easel to find out it wont open it. What have you got up your sleeve to accomplish this? Thanks again…Geo