Description:I have 3D probed/scanned an object that I need to recreate on my CNC router. I'm using Vectric VCarve Pro software- but its limited in it's 3d editing capabilities- Vectric Aspire is what I would need, but do not have the funds to upgrade at this time. So what I need is this object rendered fully in a 3D model (the other half is the same as what was scanned already (mirror image)- AND, the other side of the object has a contour to it. I have yet to probe that side, but would just do a small portion, and that can be extended to create the backside "carve". So I need to do a 2-sided machining of this object. I assume an .stl file or similar would be what I need.
Wants:There is nothing too fancy about this- I just need the modeling done so I can cnc rout the file from 2" sign foam (HDU)
- Vectric (Aspire)
Additional InformationI uploaded the file I scanned. I'm not sure of the correct terminology- but it's a 3D .dxf file. The backside portion would be the same type of file- just would be a few lines, since the "carve" is the same throughout the entire back- it would just need to be extended/stretched to machine the back with the same profile.
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