Anyone else plot out a mental tool path while cutting their yard? Or am I alone here?
Worked on the continued optimization of the snow blower path on my driveway today…
Had to use a larger bit for my driveway today… my Z-probe didn’t measure the snow depth appropriately…
HAHA yeah man I do that will everything now
I always look at something and ask in my mind should i pocket, profile, or do a tracing operation on this bad boy
just the mind set I guess lol
especially with like hand tools I find myself moving them in the same why my machines would move
The cold must be having an effect. Will not leave home position.
Well all was going good until belt came loose lost Z height on pants tried to adjust but went off path hitting fixture in yard.
I dont even want to know lol
DOC is pretty much nailed down at 2" per pass, but whats your feed rates guys?
4 steps an hour
I have to pace myself and take a lemonade break
with my new lawn mower, edger, and blower… i get the yard done in under an hour… it’s self propelled and it can go at running pace. I also used optimized tricordial cutting passes. Way better yard tools than when I was growing up. Especially the edger/trimmer.
HAHA i would love to see your tricordial into tight corners on a lawn mower do you also do a finishing pass around the profile?
that’s what the edger/trimmer is for… however I start with the finishing pass so I can blow the “sawdust” back in to the main part to be mulched.
Awesome thread I must say!
I discovered (before I got my x-carve up and running) that starting in the center and moving clockwise I didn’t have to readjust the exit chute every iteration. Thanks to this thread, I see it now, clearly.