Introduction:In the world of CNC machines, the Shapeoko 5 Pro has emerged as a game-changer for small workshops. I’ve had the Shapeoko 5 Pro for a while now and thought it was time for a review! Shapeoko 5 Pro Review Video Key Points: 0:34 Shapeoko 5 Pro control box 1:19 Shapeoko Power Pendant 1:35 Shapeoko 5 Pro ballscrews and linear rails 2:31 Carbide 3D BitSetter 2:50 Shapeoko 5 Pro size 3:35 Workholding table bed 4:35 Gantry Light 4:53 Sweepy V2 Dust Boot 5:45 Shapeoko 3D Project Shipping and Assembly of the Shapeoko 5 Pro:The journey begins with the unboxing experience,...
In this video, we're going to look at engraving metal with a co2 laser. Although you can't technically engrave metal with a CO2 laser, you can use your CO2 laser to etch metal otherwise known as "marking" the metal. Although the metal isn't actually removed as it would be in an engraving process, it is permanently marked, which works well for many applications, although it won't give you deep laser engravings. This process also works well for etching metal with diode laser engraver. Get the Laser Marking Spray Here:Dry Moly Lube: https://amzn.to/3yYb7RqBlack Laser Ink for Metals Marking: https://amzn.to/3EZvnGi
Today I'll be making some basic DIY CNC clamps for my Shapeoko 3 cnc mill. We'll be using Plywood, HDPE plastic, and MDF to make clamps on the CNC. PLA plastic for 3D printing some clamps and even a CO2 Laser cutter for make one set of clamps.We'll be using carbide create for making the clamps on the CNC. *****CNC Project Files*****Carbide Create CNC Clamp File: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1LS_MRFAiVrU4S0cgs3-e3LIU6lodP0bW?usp=sharingSmall CNC Clamps: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2427778Heal Clamps: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1071010Laser Clamps: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1692984MDF DIY CNC Clamps: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2958415Small Lip Clamps: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2018642Shapeoko 3 HDPE CNC Clamps: https://cutrocket.com/p/5c960e9ad1ac4/
Today we'll be looking at CNC Bits for Beginners. We'll be looking 4 different types of CNC router bits also known as End Mills or Spiral Router Bits: - The Upcut Router Bit https://amzn.to/3oTy8jB- The Downcut Router Bit https://amzn.to/3J9QAMd- The Compression Router Bit https://amzn.to/3Jaoy3h- The Ball Nose End Mill https://amzn.to/3B9oAWj These router bits are usually the first you'll encounter when starting CNC Woodworking.
In this video, we'll be looking at making a Puzzle Storage Box with an included laser cut lizard puzzle. For this laser cut project, I'll be using my 50-watt co2 laser cutter. The wood that we laser cut in this project 1/8" or 3mm Baltic Birch plywood and we'll be staining the wood boxes with a water-based stain. For tutorial should also work fine for Glowforge projects. *****Download SVG files ***** https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1souhm5nlpGkmYoAgArwsQiZ-7fNjwfc1?usp=sharing Laser Cut Box Generator Site: https://www.festi.info/boxes.py/