Bob Cad 2007

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Will Williamson
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Bob Cad 2007

Postby Will Williamson » Wed, Jun 06 2007, 1:19PM

Anyone using Bob Cad to generate 3-d tool paths for ecabinets or thermwood super control? Is it worth the time learning?

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Postby Zach Froble » Wed, Jun 06 2007, 4:46PM

I haven't upgraded but I am running Version 20. Works great, is eazy to learn and is inexpensive. I have't done much with the 3D part of it, but I have played around with Bob-Art and was very impressed.
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Brian Shannon
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Postby Brian Shannon » Wed, Jun 06 2007, 10:33PM


Where did you start, to learn? I have V21 but have never had time to learn it. Also have BobArt that I would love to use. I just don't know how to start.

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Postby Forrest Chapman » Fri, Jun 08 2007, 9:20AM

I make all kinds of things with bobcad. Here are some 3d legs of a custom design. It took 30 minutes per side to machine.
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Postby Mark Taylor » Fri, Jun 15 2007, 9:07PM

Great legs Forest! :wink:

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