Selecting a relief and carving bit for testing of new wood types 1

Why selecting a relief and carving bit is a critical step The word is spreading about our carving of reliefs and patterns in the local community. With this comes interest and the desire of woodworkers to see how their favorite wood types will respond when they are carved on the CNC router. […]


Cherry Wood

American Cherry Wood (Prunus serotina) – CNC Router carving test American Cherry wood carved smoothly and retained all the relief detail during the CNC router test. Tests have been run on various reliefs with both 1/8′ and 1/4′ router bits. The rotation speed versus feed rate is not to critical. More carvings […]

Sign carving with the CNC Router 1

Design of the sign for carving with the CNC Router I finally received my ball nose cutting bits for the cnc router from TOOLSTODAY a registered online supplier for Amana Tool. This sounds as if it was a long process, no, it was very quick, the time was in understanding […]



Wood Storage in workshop Part 1

Wood storage in workshop or garage It is interesting how quickly one collects small and medium size pieces of wood as you do your projects. The first reaction is to through them away but you quickly learn that life is not perfect, and if you had just kept that small […]