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Cncking.com Volume 4: Rise of the Cnc - Ultimate Cnc Design Course

Jonathan Cantin

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Paperback. 456 pages. Dimensions: 8.4in. x 5.8in. x 0.7in.Two years in the making - CNCKing. com: Rise of the CNC Ultimate CNC Design Course teaches the fundamentals of designing products to be cut with a CNC Table Router, CNC 3D Printer or CNC Laser Cutter and Engraver. Across more than 450 pages, 64 projects are shown in various formats to help teach the reader how to successfully design for these CNC machines. This book features interviews with the movers and shakers of the CNC industry including designers, company directors and a buyers guide to help you select the best CNC machine for your purposes. There are also extensive tips and tricks so that you get the most out of your CNC machine. Foreword by Ben Heck Message from Jon CNCKing. com: How It All Began Tool and Material Requirements CNC Machine Background CNC Laser vs Routers vs 3DP Top 10 CNC Operational Tips CNC LASER Technological Overview CNC Opportunities: Warehouse to Garage Interview with Simon Moore, Director of Trotec Laser Australia A word about Model Complexity Toy Design 101: Behind the Scenes Castle Bank CH47 Chinook Helicopter Easter Island Head Electronics Award Ferris Wheel B Ford Model T Home Gym Mars Explorer Mars Opportunity Mangonel Siege Weapon Mangonel B Siege Weapon Stereo Bank Rocket Coaster Rusks Plane Science Award Shopping Cart Sydney ANZAC Monument Sydney Harbour Bridge Tower Bank TV Bank Jonathan Engels Design Philosophy Laser Model Templates and Assemblies Abacus B Bird Feeder Bird House B Bird House C Eiffel Tower Electronics Award Fish Pad Four-in-a-Row Game Japanese Miyajima Gate Pen and Pencil Holder Rocket Coaster Eiffel Tower and Japanese Miyajima Gate: Behind the Designs CNC TABLE ROUTER Technological Overview CNC Opportunities: Size Matters Interview with Ted Hall, Founder and CEO of ShopBot Tools Inc. Router Model Templates and Assemblies 1911 Ford Model T Torpedo Runabout Army Transport Truck Brontosaur Centrosaur CH47 Chinook Helicopter Desktop Organizer Desktop Organizer B Desktop Organizer C Dolphin Easter Island Head Storage Elephant Future Car Future Car B Light Table Mangonel Siege Weapon Mangonel Siege Weapon B Medieval Bank P38 Lightning Aircraft Parasaurolophus Pen and Pencil Holder B Platform Crane B Pterodactyl Rhinoceros Stegosaurus Straddle Carrier B Submarine Steves Osage Orange Box with Live Edge Interview with Ralph Bagnall, Owner of ConsultingWoodWorker. com CNCed Guns: Unwarranted Fear and Paranoia Brian Laurences Design Process Designers Corner: David Newman and Jerry Rutherford Bobcat MK3 (CNC laser) Bobcat MK3 (CNC table router) Helicopter (CNC laser) Helicopter (CNC table router) CNC 3D PRINTER Technological Overview CNC Opportunities: Develop Strategic Partnerships Interview with Cathy Lewis, Director of Worldwide Marketing at 3D Systems Extrusion to Stereolithography Choosing PLA over ABS Tale of three Pyramids: Virtual to Physical Erupting Pyramid Egyptian Pyramid Mayan Pyramid Modeling an Explosive Volcano Interview with Dr. Conor MacCormack, CEO of Mcor Technologies Kaetemis Design Process Copyright and Liability in 3D Printing Interview with Bathsheba Grossman CNC PLASMA CNC Plasma Technological Overview Interview with Jeff Knoll, Marketing Manager for Lincoln Electric Closing Thoughts Your Turn: Design Your Own! Image Credits and Info Other books by Jon Cantin Supporters This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781896369518

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Two years in the making - CNCKing.com: Rise of the CNC ~ Ultimate CNC Design Course teaches the fundamentals of designing products to be cut with a CNC Table Router, CNC 3D Printer or CNC Laser Cutter & Engraver. Across more than 450 pages, 64 projects are shown in various formats to help teach the reader how to successfully design for these CNC machines.

This book features interviews with the movers and shakers of the CNC industry including designers, company directors and a buyers guide to help you select the best CNC machine for your purposes. There are also extensive tips and tricks so that you get the most out of your CNC machine.

Foreword by Ben Heck
Message from Jon
CNCKing.com: How It All Began
Tool and Material Requirements

CNC Machine Background
CNC Laser vs Routers vs 3DP
Top 10 CNC Operational Tips

CNC LASER
Technological Overview
CNC Opportunities: Warehouse to Garage
Interview with Simon Moore, Director of Trotec Laser Australia
A word about Model Complexity

Toy Design 101: Behind the Scenes
* Castle Bank
* CH47
* Chinook Helicopter
* Easter Island Head
* Electronics Award
* Ferris Wheel B
* Ford Model T
* Home Gym
* Mars Explorer
* Mars Opportunity
* Mangonel Siege Weapon
* Mangonel B Siege Weapon
* Stereo Bank
* Rocket Coaster
* Rusks Plane
* Science Award
* Shopping Cart
* Sydney ANZAC Monument
* Sydney Harbour Bridge
* Tower Bank
* TV Bank

Jonathan Engel's Design Philosophy

Laser Model Templates & Assemblies
* Abacus B
* Bird Feeder
* Bird House B
* Bird House C
* Eiffel Tower
* Electronics Award
* Fish Pad
* Four-in-a-Row Game
* Japanese Miyajima Gate
* Pen and Pencil Holder
* Rocket Coaster
* Eiffel Tower and Japanese Miyajima Gate: Behind the Designs

CNC TABLE ROUTER
Technological Overview
CNC Opportunities: Size Matters
Interview with Ted Hall, Founder and CEO of ShopBot Tools Inc.

Router Model Templates & Assemblies
* 1911 Ford Model T Torpedo
* Runabout
* Army Transport Truck
* Brontosaur
* Centrosaur
* CH47 Chinook Helicopter
* Desktop Organizer
* Desktop Organizer B
* Desktop Organizer C
* Dolphin
* Easter Island Head Storage
* Elephant
* Future Car
* Future Car B
* Light Table
* Mangonel Siege Weapon
* Mangonel Siege Weapon B
* Medieval Bank
* P38 Lightning Aircraft
* Parasaurolophus
* Pen and Pencil Holder B
* Platform Crane B
* Pterodactyl
* Rhinoceros
* Stegosaurus
* Straddle Carrier B
* Submarine

Steve's Osage Orange Box with Live Edge
Interview with Ralph Bagnall, Owner of ConsultingWoodWorker.com

CNC'ed Guns: Unwarranted Fear and Paranoia
Brian Laurence's Design Process
Designer's Corner: David Newman and Jerry Rutherford
* Bobcat MK3 (CNC laser)
* Bobcat MK3 (CNC table router)
* Helicopter (CNC laser)
* Helicopter (CNC table router)

CNC 3D PRINTER
Technological Overview
CNC Opportunities: Develop Strategic Partnerships
Interview with Cathy Lewis, Director of Worldwide Marketing at 3D Systems
Extrusion to Stereolithography
Choosing PLA over ABS

Tale of three Pyramids: Virtual to Physical
Erupting Pyramid
Egyptian Pyramid
Mayan Pyramid
Modeling an Explosive Volcano

Interview with Dr. Conor MacCormack, CEO of Mcor Technologies
Kaetemi's Design Process
Copyright & Liability in 3D Printing
Interview with Bathsheba Grossman

CNC PLASMA
CNC Plasma Technological Overview
Interview with Jeff Knoll, Marketing Manager for Lincoln Electric

Closing Thoughts
Your Turn: Design Your Own!
Image Credits & Info
Other books by Jon Cantin
Supporters

From the Back Cover:

First there were sticks and stones - they allowed us to hunt  otherwise dangerously large animals from a safe distance. This new abundance of calories gave us the freedom needed to develop new innovations such as the wheel, agriculture, and bartering for unique resources. More importantly, our species realized that creating increasingly complex yet understandable technologies allowed us to overcome our genetic deficiencies.

Thanks to this insight, we've now conquered the world and become the first animal to leave orbit voluntarily!

Our bodies may be weak, but we can move entire mountains. Our nails are not sharp, yet we can engrave even the hardest  of diamonds. And although we need to sleep, we've developed
machinery capable of running without rest almost indefinitely.

CNC machinery is a relatively recent development in the grand scheme of things, but it has revolutionized the ways we work, think, and play. Its incredible precision allows us to have the power of what was once a super computer in our pocket, and it's so cheap that it allows even the poorest among us to instantly communicate with a global audience.
 
We are now in the midst of a new age -  some may call it  the second industrial revolution, but I simply call it the Rise of the CNC, where a sole person can have the manufacturing
prowess of an entire factory from just a few decades ago.

Capability is no longer limited by education, creativity is no longer limited by geographical boundaries, and, most  importantly, human endeavor is no longer oppressed by those trying to maintain the status quo.
 
CNC machines are the ultimate liberators, giving us the tools necessary (regardless of our physical limitations) to create, build, and share. Learning to use them is the first step in unleashing your ultimate creative potential.

You can either profit by learning how to use them now or work for somebody who has
already invested in their potential.

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