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Thermwood's Profile Modeler allows you to quickly create a molding or custom shape from a sketch or drawing on a Thermwood CNC Router with no special shaped tooling required.
This video demonstrates using Profile Modeler to create a custom curved cherry molding from Sketch - to Profile Modeler - to Machine - to Completed Shape.
Steps used in the video:
In eCabinet Systems:
On Thermwood QCore SuperControl:
- Verify the measurements
- Create the shape using Shape Manager in eCabinet Systems
- Create Tool
- Apply Tool to create Shape
- File loaded into Profile Modeler on QCore SuperControl
- Verify Tool Path
- Run Program
- Machining Part (Roughing/Finishing/Detail Passes)
- No special shaped tooling required - Tools Used: 1/2 Straight, 1/2 Ballnose, 1/8 Ballnose, 1/8 Flat
- Completed Shape
For more information on Profile Modeler or any of our other products, please click here or contact us at 1-800-533-6901.
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Thermwood Corporation announces new software developed to convert Router-CIM® programs to standard M and G code language for use on a Thermwood CNC router.
This conversion tool takes place on Thermwood's QCore Super Controller and is very simple to use. You just load the Router-CIM® G code file directly into the QCore controller using the convert option and the M and G code is automatically converted to conform to your Thermwood machine's specs, and is ready to run.
This EIA conversion works not only with Router-CIM® programs but with virtually all other programs that contain standard EIA code, and allows you to use your older, existing Router-CIM® programs with ease.
If you would like more information on this conversion process, or how a free demonstration of how our machines can improve your production process, please contact us.
A CNC Router is designed to greatly improve cut quality, cycle times and accuracy by automating your process and creating a safer environment. Determining if a CNC Router will fit your needs should be an easy decision.
What can you expect from Understanding the Basics of CNC Routers?
- What is a CNC Router and how do they work
- Acheive faster cycle times and faster throughput than by hand
- Accurate parts straight off the machine without extra handling
- Maintenance on a CNC router is Less than maintenance on a vehicle
- A CNC router is the Safe choice
A CNC router is a valuable tool that has many benefits such as improving cut quality, better accuracy, faster cycle times and a safer environment.
This book was written by Alain Albert - FPInnovations - Forintek Division
Thermwood will be exhibiting at the 2011 SAMPE Conference in Long Beach, CA on Tuesday May 24th through Thursday, May 26th (Thermwood Booth #1042)
If you are planning to attend the show, you can sign up for a FREE pass here.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Visit the Sampe Website
As a sponsor of the CabinetMakerFDM Woodworking Business E-vent, Thermwood Corporation invites you to attend this unique and interactive event on November 18, 2010.
As an attendee, you’ll have the opportunity to view five educational sessions on innovations in the wood products industry, network with colleagues and visit our booth in the Exhibit Hall - All from the comfort of your office!
We will also be running live demonstrations throughout the day - available via webcam.
Register online to join us at the Woodworking Business E-vent. We look forward to seeing you there!
Please click the link below to download your free pass to the Mid-Atlantic Expo held in York, PA on April 2nd & 3rd