CNC use intro class

We will cover CAD, CAM and postprocessing as well as info on mills (router bits) and calculating "feeds and speeds" in the AM session.

After a break (bring your lunch or go out on your own), we will demonstrate the Hive 1 3 CNC router and each attendee will run a tool path.

The fee includes a mill to take along.

To qualify to use the Hive 1 3 CNC we require that you complete this seminar, then contact a Hive 1 3 CNC machinist and have them observe you running your own (simple) project.

You can contact a machinist via the Hive 1 3 mailing list.

Non members will need to sign a release before taking the course.

Fee: $20 for members; $30 for nonmembers

no refund

Eventbrite url:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cnc-intro-at-hive-13-tickets-52055472319

John2pt0

November 17

Cya there! Thanks for organizing this!
-Dave

bump

I'm very interested and hope to be there

I’m definitely interested.

for those that don’t follow the link, date and time:

Sat, November 17, 2018

10:00 AM – 4:00 PM EST

Tiffany

Thanks for the note!

John2pt0

Class complete!

Thanks to the attendees!

Happy Thanksgiving

See you next year!

John2pt0

Dave,
When I came to the hive today I saw this on the cnc.
I’m concerned the wires are going to get severed by the bearing if people aren’t careful. Anything you can suggest we do?

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The chain wire guide is broken at a critical point. During the class, we kept just putting it back but we were only doing very short programs.
-Dave (non- Velzy)

Thanks for the info. I snapped the chain back together and made a temporary repair with duct tape and hot glue.

The temp repair sounds good for now. I'm travelling until next week. There are more links to the wire guide around and a metal hinge at the rail will make it good long term.