CAM suggestions

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by BTScow, Oct 5, 2009.

  1. BTScow
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    BTScow Junior Member

    To Any One With a Suggestion,

    I have designed in AutoCad a 24' double ender. I have drawn the lines and sections etc.... I am interested in building a model of said design and am interested in having the stations CNC cut. I am thinking 1":1' scale. This is a small job, no doubt. Any suggestions as to where I can find such a service would be greatly appreciated.

    Many Thanks in Advance

    BTScow
     
  2. duluthboats
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    duluthboats Senior Dreamer

    BT,
    Call around your area, look at cabinet shops and sign shops that have CNC routers. Most will work from .dxf files and give you a quote.
    Gary :D
     
  3. pamarine
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    pamarine Marine Electrician

    What he said.

    Just a quick search for folks in your area returned 3 results. A promising one is Benson Wood Products in Cottage Grove, WI.

    If you want to pay freight from Norfolk, VA I can do it.:D
     

  4. D.I.M.1
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    D.I.M.1 Junior Member

    Also, for small parts manufacturing try EdgeCAM, if you got Autodesk Inventor than you could use them in tandem. I personally can attest to its effectiveness.
     
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