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So I have a machine I’ve been trying to get up and running with little to no help in getting where I am. I bought Cut2d to at least get it all to make something. But what I’m wanting to do beside woodworking is to do so gunsmithing with it. Make grips and do slide cutout. So so with that in mind which one is best, Aspire or VCrave?
This is a PDF of a presentation I gave at a local Rockler CNC user group meeting showing how you can draw or create vectors in Vectric VCave V8.5 and Aspire v8.5. This probably works in V9.0 but I have not had a chance to check it out. They say they added the ability to use direct entry for drawing but you could do it before so I'm not sure what enhancements they made to justify the claim. Create Vectors Using Drawing Tool Forms.pdf
I just bought and paid for my upgrade to Aspire 9. So far I'm not completely thrilled with the new drafting features although they are much better than they were in earlier versions. Anyone who is interested can download their free trial to check and see if the new features will be worth investing in. 4D
View File Changing Component Properties A brief explanation of the effects changes have on the component and other components in the Aspire Project Design. Submitter MEBCWD Submitted 06/28/2017 Category CNC Reference and Tutorials
2 downloadsVectric Aspire software is a powerful 3D modeling program used in the production of CNC design files and generate gcode to carve the project on a CNC machine. This is an explanation of how 3D shapes are created to produce components and models with Vectric Aspire v8.0 software.
View File Creating Shapes Aspire v8.0 Vectric Aspire software is a powerful 3D modeling program used in the production of CNC design files and generate gcode to carve the project on a CNC machine. This is an explanation of how 3D shapes are created to produce components and models with Vectric Aspire v8.0 software. Submitter MEBCWD Submitted 06/29/2017 Category CNC Reference and Tutorials
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