CNC Router Class was held on July 13

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Introduction to CNC Routers: Making a Wooden Inlay

Thursday, July 13, 6:30-8:30PM

This skill building course will introduce you to a CNC routing machine, a software-controlled carving tool that can be used to make precise inlays, 3D carvings, and more. Focusing on Easel, a simple and free software program that makes cutting very straight forward, we’ll cover the basics needed to use this computer-controlled router to carve projects in plastic and wood. Together, we will design and cut a custom inlay for a jewelry box. We will cover many of the basics applicable to all CNC-based machines. We recommend, but do not require, that you bring a laptop. All levels of experience are welcome. Open to ages 7 and up, although children should be accompanied by an adult. Instructor: Dan Funk. Dan is an entrepreneur, computer programmer, website designer, and co-founder of the Staunton Makerspace. In Partnership with: Staunton Parks and Rec! You can register online by clicking on the price below. You can also register in person at the Staunton Parks and Rec offices, or at the Staunton Makerspace. We look forward to seeing you there.

Newly attached brush/exhaust system
Dan Funk as Instructor
12 People in attendance


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