I’m attempting to make a cribbage board. it has a ton of holes, and I don’t want the bit to over heat, so after every 20 holes, maybe raise the bit for 1 minute to cool off from cutting? if this makes sense? I know y’all are geniuses, so maybe there is another way to make it easy?
When the bit goes up hit the pause button.
its a 20hr project…i need to be able to program.
If you want to slit it up just draw a square over the part you don’t want to carve and set it to 0 depth. Then when you get the first part done cover it and uncover the part that is left. You can cover as much or as little as you want.
Cribbage board holes should take closer to 20 minutes than 20 hours depending on the number of tracks. Even a 4 track board with scoring holes, etc. is less than 500 holes that aren’t really big or deep … can you share at least the hole part of the project or screenshots? May be a setting or two that could make a big difference.