I’m trying to carve a piece that’s six feet long using easel. If i make guides on the side of my workpiece so that it feeds perfectly straight through the machine and I carve one section at a time, will I be able to do it in one project file or do I have to split it up into 3 diffrernt files? Has anyone ever tried something like this?
Can you guys honestly think of a topic that hasn’t been discussed before? Maybe we should shut down the “forum” and turn this into a search site.
I get it. That other fella was actually a member when the tilted topic was discussed in 2015 & 2016.
This guy is brand new and maybe didn’t know it was called tiling. I just barely learned about it myself. If you don’t have a better response than Search it yourself. Perhaps you need a snickers break. Your not yourself when your hungry.
Perhaps “your” BS responses are more of a hinderance than the unbearable chance we may have to endure the same topic once again. I promise. You are not the end all be all of informative conversation on this forum.
Ok back to what’s important. Yes. The search will give you much more information than I am able to type here but here goes. All you have to do is align your workpiece to some kind of stops on the y axis. Stop blocks, bump blocks, dowels, anything you have that will not let you workpiece move on the x axis. Your workpiece. Now you can slide you workpiece three four feet a hundred feet does not matter as long as it is supported. Each time you move your workpiece it is a new tile. Mark the xy point anyway that works so long as what you matches what’s in the computer. Each tile is almost like a new job. Good luck and let’s get back to carving. You search for more details