Posted by birdofplay |
Aug 19, 2015 @ 03:45 PM | 2,208 Views
OK I think I have a handle on this job.
I've spent a couple of hrs fooling around with CAD and Tracing the formers.
I had to convert the PDF to a Bitmap to place in the background of CAd to do the tracing.
Then I NESTED or arranged the parts on a standard sized piece of Ply.
Next I offset all the lines by 1/2 the bit width ( I used a 1/16" bit so .03125" )
To keep from breaking those small 1/16 dia bits I set my machine speed down to .5" IPS
and it took ~ 30 Mins to cut what you see on the pic below.
Two set per sheet.
Plus I did a little orbital sanding on the top size to remove most of the fuzz.
I'll also try to cut down the sheeting to fit in a smaller box
So IF I got $25 / hr that'd be $50 for the CAD drawing and Set up time.
The cutting would be $12 and the ply ~$10
$72 for the 1st set. + shipping
$22 for the next set. + shipping. ( no set up charge )
I have 8 sheets of 3 ply birch ply wood coming from my supplier. @ $10 per sheet.
On looking at the real parts I question my SCALE of the "K" part !
How long is that part on your Paper Drawing?
When I moved from Washington State to Indianapolis, in 2012, I had to change the
Service name. Northwest Cutout Service was changed to Hoosier Cutout Service.
That Domain name was a bit long but it worked for two years side by side with my
old original domain name of Balsabuddies.com.
That one originated when my wife had a manufacturing business.
Regardless, my ISP never charged for it until NOW !
Surprising but not complaining I just let it go.
Now when my ISP tried to invoice me for the domain name it must have gone to junk or spam so it never got paid.
So I got another exasperating service interruption. arrgh !