CMT 3D Router Carver System

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BobN

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huckster

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Pete
I'm not sure exactly what that is that your refering to, but it sounds like one of these:

The CarveWright Woodworking System

It looks pretty sweet. I can see making some neat designs in a mantel piece or headboard.
Obviously it takes some skill out of the equation on one end. But you'd have to make sure you have the
skill to input the correct programs to make them nice.

A buddy of mine who knows these guys told me about it. Appearantly they are former NASA employees who were specialists in robotics.

I'd like to see a demo.

Cheers,
~Huckster
 

BobN

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Bob
No this is done with a hand held router and templates with a special router bit. No computers, no programs. I spent 40+ years working on and with computers. Started with punch cards and have done just about everything you can do with a computer, but the day I have to add a computer to my wood working is the day I quit wood working.

Here's a link:
http://cmtusa.com/store/xaccessories.ihtml

Bob
 

Travis Porter

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I don't have that, but I have something similar that you use to put some treatment on flat (plywood, mdf, etc) doors all the way around. The jig I have is adjustable to the size door you are doing. It also requires an additional "foot" to be put on the router base to keep it from tipping along with a guide bushing.

The CMT looks pretty neat overall. The only downside (if it is one) I would see is that the templates are fixed size. Sort of limits you in some aspects IMO.
 
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