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(Updated File!) Inventables clamp set holder

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Andrew Minter

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Andrew Minter
Orlando, USA

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This is a holder for the clamp set from Inventables that I got with my 1000^2 X-C. I like the clamp set a lot, it’s never failed me and has always performed well, just didn’t have a way to keep everything organized and laid out in a way that makes it easy to find what I need quickly, time is money.

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step_1_clamp_holder_pocket_1_8__bit.nc

Step 1, use a 1/8" cutting bit

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step_2_clamp_holder_Text_cut_1_32__bit.nc

Step 2 use a 1/32" cutting bit. Reset the bit depth from the home position after the first cut, close out the open new easel project and upload this file, there will be no need to rehome the machine, just need to reset the bit depth.

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step_3_clamp_holder_Profile_cut_1_8__bit.nc

Step 3, use a 1/8" cutting bit, the bit needs to be big enough to cut through .69 inches which is the size of material this project is set up to cut.

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Andrew Minter
I will have to remake this is easel and then upload the separate files used for cutting this. This is a multi-phase project where the labels are cut first, then the pockets and finally, the outline. I originally designed this in V-carve pro 9 requires and a 1/32" and 1/8" butting bits
Andrew Minter
Andrew Minter
Finally got the Easel file of the Organizer up on, you'll have to tweak the speeds and feeds and really anything else you wish! Keep in mind this was exported from v carve pro as an SVG so I'm not sure how accurate this all is. Hope this makes things easier for everyone!
Andrew Minter
Anthony Rossi
Hi I am new to the x carve world and had a question. When I download the steps above and open it on easel it shows the tool paths but not a piece of material. Is that normal or am i doing something wrong? I have all of my stuff in a box and would like to organize it. Thanks
Anthony Rossi
Anthony Rossi
Also how do i know what size material I need to fit everything and not run off the board?
Anthony Rossi
Andrew Minter
Hello Anthony, the materials I used to cut this on is on the thicker side, I used edgeglued panels from Home Depot they’re about $20 each, they’re 6’L 17.75W and between .65” and .69” thick. This will change from panel to panel I’ve found so be sure to mic its thickness before cutting.
Andrew Minter
Andrew Minter
Also, as for the files, if you want to skip the individual tool paths I originally uploaded, you can just open the project and then you can customize it however you want. The step by step files are non changeable as they’re just imported g-code files. Hope this helps, upload pictures!
Andrew Minter
Andrew Minter
If you open the project in easel (the blue button) you can change the thickness of the materials you want to use to make a thinner version, if I remember right, the pockets cut on this project aren’t very deep and there is some room to play around with, good luck!
Andrew Minter
Anthony Rossi
Thank you, that is very helpful. Im just experimenting with the xcarve right now so I do not have much knowledge on the programming aspect. I will work on this and post pictures when finished. Thanks again!
Anthony Rossi
Andrew Minter
Not a problem, glad it’s working out, it gets easier quickly. Welcome to Inventables and congrats on getting your machine. It’ll change you life and Inventables customer support rivals Disney’s. Have fun!
Andrew Minter
George Rathbun
Andrew, When I click the "Open in Easel" blue button it states that the project has not been shared publicly. Can you please share for open in Easel
George Rathbun
Andrew Minter
Sorry for the delay, I just change the settings again to make it active, not sure why it changed back but it should be good to go now, Share pics please! Even if you modify!!
Andrew Minter