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First try at brick pattern with the CNC

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Interesting. I did a quick test of a brick pattern the other week using my new router jig. I’m looking at making some more cutters to see what other effects I can get.


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It is very clean. I'm cutting into the piece with an endmill so it is a bit fuzzy. I need to try out some downcut endmills as those should give better edges. I have figured out how to adjust the cutting depth to get different relief amounts.
 
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