this would save me so much time.. instead of creating in V-Carve then exporting then importing.. then if you need to change the size... do it all over again. Can't wait for this to happen.
So, when is it scheduled to be done? Just looking at the beginning of the thread, it has been "being worked on" for 13 months...
It's a hard feature We have a PhD level person involved.
Add my name to the list that is interested! And if you need someone to beta test, put me down for thatas well!
Zack, I would be interested as well for both vcarve and beta testing.Thanks Kevin
I am not sure that is always a good thing.
I know some people with PHDs that I would not feed.
I would be ecstatic with vcarve options in Easel. You guys are the greatest !!
@BobJewell well this particular person is an expert in complex math and tool path optimization so you'd probably want to feed him.
...caffeine and junk food I assume?
Pizza and donuts always works for me.
yes Please. I am running mac and would love to see this in easel. I dont want to have to dual boot or buy another system to be able to do this. thank you
Add me to the list for testing if any soon that will be happening
I would like to be added to beta testing whenever completed
I've had success importing gcode from F-Engrave by removing the G64 command from the file. (Settings-General Settings-G Code Header)
I really want to test this feature when available.
Not that I have a PHD, but couldn't a v-bit just follow a drawn line/path with displayed width related to depth?
That's not v carving. That flat carving with a v bit.
That's always an option if thats the look you are going for. Actual "V Carving" has Z axis movement as well. That's how you get the sharp points and wider parts of the design/letters. If you just follow a path with a vbit you will get "circles" at the ends of your lines.
Give this a read.
O i get it now