I want to duplicate this item using Easel.
If you have the data in that screenshot, I think you can export the gcode and then send it to the X-carve using Easel.
I have never done it myself though so I’m only speaking from what I’ve read on this forum.
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If you own Vcarve pro you export the G-Code and import it into Easel. Just make sure you have downloaded to post processor for Vcarve
There is a way but you will not like it.
Easel does not move the vbit up and down like V-carve does but there is a way to get a similar result.
You will need to create several overlapping shapes that represent each stage of the cut depth.
I have seen this with creating new hold down clamps and it works quite well.
Here is an example I created to show you.
Thanks for your input. Your sample gives me an idea, the fluting on the design is created using a 90 degree Vee bit. If I created overlapping paths starting at different points in line and depths but ending at the same point it would create a similar output a little chunky but maybe workable.
perhaps I’m misunderstanding the question…
you’ve got V-Carve Pro (based on the picture)… if you want to carve that using V-Bit carving methods, why not just save the tool paths and import the G-Code to Easel?
If you’re looking to manipulate the image in some way and still carve it using V carvng methods… manipulate it in V Carve Pro and (again) export the G-code to Easel…
Perhaps I’m misunderstanding what you are trying to do…
I’m a new X-Carve user and don’t know all of the tricks yet to get from here to there. I do have V-Carve Pro and that is where I found the project that I would like to create. I have been exporting SVG files to Easel to make what I have so far. That has worked for me but when I saved a file to do the part in the picture I got straight deep cuts not the ramped cuts that you see in the picture. What file type do you export from V-Carve Pro to get just G-Code and how do you get that into the X-Carve without using Easel? Sorry for the dumb questions but I’m a fast learner.
This discussion (and many others on the forum) can help you with the steps required to save your V-Carve tool paths into G-Code.
Once you have the .nc files saved, you can import them directly into easel.
usind the G-Code import tool in easel is one of the easiest ways to get V-carvings and other 3d carvings done