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#19 - Go vegan. 16 hours ago on They shouldn't have pets +7
#31 - Yeah, i feel the same. 04/28/2015 on "Houston, we have a... 0
#28 - I was promised ****** endless job opportunities when i …  [+] (2 new replies) 04/28/2015 on "Houston, we have a... 0
User avatar #29 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
i can most likely just push it back infinitely if i want to...


and yeah. i was promised the same thing. come graduation and all i hear is "you can work cnc? dude you should enroll to be a metal worker. cnc knowledge in that area lands you all the jobs!"


lies all around i suppose X(
User avatar #31 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
Yeah, i feel the same.
#26 - Well, good luck in college. I'm leaving for the army next year…  [+] (4 new replies) 04/28/2015 on "Houston, we have a... 0
User avatar #27 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
metal cnc machining is supposed to have better job opportunities than wood cnc...weird that you cant get a job?



still. military.i still need to go back there..got kicked out from there last time i went there. two years in e class then re roll or transfer to f.
User avatar #28 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
I was promised fuckin endless job opportunities when i was in school but i haven't heard from any of the places i applied to. And suck for you on the military part if it gets on your college's way.
User avatar #29 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
i can most likely just push it back infinitely if i want to...


and yeah. i was promised the same thing. come graduation and all i hear is "you can work cnc? dude you should enroll to be a metal worker. cnc knowledge in that area lands you all the jobs!"


lies all around i suppose X(
User avatar #31 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
Yeah, i feel the same.
#23 - Yeah, i the machine i used at school had a simulation program …  [+] (6 new replies) 04/28/2015 on "Houston, we have a... 0
User avatar #24 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
same here., i graduated two years ago. still no job in sight..atm i enrolled back into college to get better grades and then a better job.


and we had a simulation program too. too bad it ran the simulation according to what the work SHOULD look like if it succeeds.not how the machine it the end would do...
User avatar #26 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
Well, good luck in college. I'm leaving for the army next year and hope to start a career there. Shame, no machining for me then.
User avatar #27 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
metal cnc machining is supposed to have better job opportunities than wood cnc...weird that you cant get a job?



still. military.i still need to go back there..got kicked out from there last time i went there. two years in e class then re roll or transfer to f.
User avatar #28 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
I was promised fuckin endless job opportunities when i was in school but i haven't heard from any of the places i applied to. And suck for you on the military part if it gets on your college's way.
User avatar #29 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
i can most likely just push it back infinitely if i want to...


and yeah. i was promised the same thing. come graduation and all i hear is "you can work cnc? dude you should enroll to be a metal worker. cnc knowledge in that area lands you all the jobs!"


lies all around i suppose X(
User avatar #31 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
Yeah, i feel the same.
#21 - That looks really nice, did you only work with wood? I only ha…  [+] (8 new replies) 04/28/2015 on "Houston, we have a... 0
User avatar #22 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
industrial carpenter by profession. but i also work with pdf and vinyls(tho i specialized in plain old wood)

i have however done SOME metal workings as well. and trained to be a blacksmith for a while(i didnt have the aptitude for it tho)


and wood is relatively nice to work with.its easy to get into the shape you want,.but i think the margin for error is slightly less than what metal has.. and when you do fuck up. its hard to cover it
User avatar #23 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
Yeah, i the machine i used at school had a simulation program in it so when i was done with the code i could just run it and it would show what the finished product looked like. It helped a lot. I miss it tho, I graduated about 7 months ago and it's impossible to get a job in this industry.
User avatar #24 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
same here., i graduated two years ago. still no job in sight..atm i enrolled back into college to get better grades and then a better job.


and we had a simulation program too. too bad it ran the simulation according to what the work SHOULD look like if it succeeds.not how the machine it the end would do...
User avatar #26 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
Well, good luck in college. I'm leaving for the army next year and hope to start a career there. Shame, no machining for me then.
User avatar #27 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
metal cnc machining is supposed to have better job opportunities than wood cnc...weird that you cant get a job?



still. military.i still need to go back there..got kicked out from there last time i went there. two years in e class then re roll or transfer to f.
User avatar #28 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
I was promised fuckin endless job opportunities when i was in school but i haven't heard from any of the places i applied to. And suck for you on the military part if it gets on your college's way.
User avatar #29 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
i can most likely just push it back infinitely if i want to...


and yeah. i was promised the same thing. come graduation and all i hear is "you can work cnc? dude you should enroll to be a metal worker. cnc knowledge in that area lands you all the jobs!"


lies all around i suppose X(
User avatar #31 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
Yeah, i feel the same.
#18 - I feel that man, sometimes people from other classes might had…  [+] (14 new replies) 04/28/2015 on "Houston, we have a... 0
#20 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
when it works its fun.

when it doesnt its not.

pic related. its my graduating job i did.(same one that nearly broke the cnc)

you can see how in the top right corner the machine was closer to the carving depth it was programmed to hit since the white birch wood shows under the oak vinyl(it still off by like 0.5mm tho..) unlike on the left side the mark is off by a whole 1.5mm

had to carve it out with an ice pick to get the carvings to even show up in closer inspections.
User avatar #57 - synthane (04/28/2015) [-]
That looks pretty amazing to me. Working with wood is something I have always wanted to do, but I couldn't even imagine making something like that. Particular props to you for making it with faulty equipment.

The kanji is a nice touch, too.
User avatar #59 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
its actually rather simple.i drew the picture by hand,scanned it into a computer, then redrew it in autocad via tracing, then i imported it over to cnc(had a lot of problems here)

then i just made the wooden plank part(missing the term here..) and glued over the oak vinyl on it. then i just let the cnc machine make it into what you see here, add the oak vinyls to the corners,chip out the failed carvings with ice pick to make them more visible,varnished it,screw in the clock machinery,add the chains and voila. this is what you see.
User avatar #48 - lawlight (04/28/2015) [-]
look pretty nice
User avatar #51 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
its my favourite work i have ever done. but you can still see the flaws. for instance the carvings did not come out quite right thanks to the fault in the cnc machine.as i pointed out.
User avatar #21 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
That looks really nice, did you only work with wood? I only had worked with metals, it would have been nice to try wood for once.
User avatar #22 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
industrial carpenter by profession. but i also work with pdf and vinyls(tho i specialized in plain old wood)

i have however done SOME metal workings as well. and trained to be a blacksmith for a while(i didnt have the aptitude for it tho)


and wood is relatively nice to work with.its easy to get into the shape you want,.but i think the margin for error is slightly less than what metal has.. and when you do fuck up. its hard to cover it
User avatar #23 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
Yeah, i the machine i used at school had a simulation program in it so when i was done with the code i could just run it and it would show what the finished product looked like. It helped a lot. I miss it tho, I graduated about 7 months ago and it's impossible to get a job in this industry.
User avatar #24 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
same here., i graduated two years ago. still no job in sight..atm i enrolled back into college to get better grades and then a better job.


and we had a simulation program too. too bad it ran the simulation according to what the work SHOULD look like if it succeeds.not how the machine it the end would do...
User avatar #26 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
Well, good luck in college. I'm leaving for the army next year and hope to start a career there. Shame, no machining for me then.
User avatar #27 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
metal cnc machining is supposed to have better job opportunities than wood cnc...weird that you cant get a job?



still. military.i still need to go back there..got kicked out from there last time i went there. two years in e class then re roll or transfer to f.
User avatar #28 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
I was promised fuckin endless job opportunities when i was in school but i haven't heard from any of the places i applied to. And suck for you on the military part if it gets on your college's way.
User avatar #29 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
i can most likely just push it back infinitely if i want to...


and yeah. i was promised the same thing. come graduation and all i hear is "you can work cnc? dude you should enroll to be a metal worker. cnc knowledge in that area lands you all the jobs!"


lies all around i suppose X(
User avatar #31 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
Yeah, i feel the same.
#15 - Ah, i almost did the same. I was manually moving the cutting t…  [+] (16 new replies) 04/28/2015 on "Houston, we have a... +1
User avatar #17 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
our cnc was brand new. so it wasnt optimized properly.it had serious problems like the z axis being 1.2 mm too high,autocad conventer fucking up all measurement and some minor glitches in the work.


i was supposed to drill two holes at the side of my work. but instead the bloody thing crashed STRAIGHT through it. ruined my work and nearly broke the whole damn machine.
User avatar #18 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
I feel that man, sometimes people from other classes might had used our machines but we didn't know, and the zero point was like 5mm off and when it hit it obliterated the tool and my work. Cnc machining is fun as fuck tho.
#20 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
when it works its fun.

when it doesnt its not.

pic related. its my graduating job i did.(same one that nearly broke the cnc)

you can see how in the top right corner the machine was closer to the carving depth it was programmed to hit since the white birch wood shows under the oak vinyl(it still off by like 0.5mm tho..) unlike on the left side the mark is off by a whole 1.5mm

had to carve it out with an ice pick to get the carvings to even show up in closer inspections.
User avatar #57 - synthane (04/28/2015) [-]
That looks pretty amazing to me. Working with wood is something I have always wanted to do, but I couldn't even imagine making something like that. Particular props to you for making it with faulty equipment.

The kanji is a nice touch, too.
User avatar #59 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
its actually rather simple.i drew the picture by hand,scanned it into a computer, then redrew it in autocad via tracing, then i imported it over to cnc(had a lot of problems here)

then i just made the wooden plank part(missing the term here..) and glued over the oak vinyl on it. then i just let the cnc machine make it into what you see here, add the oak vinyls to the corners,chip out the failed carvings with ice pick to make them more visible,varnished it,screw in the clock machinery,add the chains and voila. this is what you see.
User avatar #48 - lawlight (04/28/2015) [-]
look pretty nice
User avatar #51 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
its my favourite work i have ever done. but you can still see the flaws. for instance the carvings did not come out quite right thanks to the fault in the cnc machine.as i pointed out.
User avatar #21 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
That looks really nice, did you only work with wood? I only had worked with metals, it would have been nice to try wood for once.
User avatar #22 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
industrial carpenter by profession. but i also work with pdf and vinyls(tho i specialized in plain old wood)

i have however done SOME metal workings as well. and trained to be a blacksmith for a while(i didnt have the aptitude for it tho)


and wood is relatively nice to work with.its easy to get into the shape you want,.but i think the margin for error is slightly less than what metal has.. and when you do fuck up. its hard to cover it
User avatar #23 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
Yeah, i the machine i used at school had a simulation program in it so when i was done with the code i could just run it and it would show what the finished product looked like. It helped a lot. I miss it tho, I graduated about 7 months ago and it's impossible to get a job in this industry.
User avatar #24 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
same here., i graduated two years ago. still no job in sight..atm i enrolled back into college to get better grades and then a better job.


and we had a simulation program too. too bad it ran the simulation according to what the work SHOULD look like if it succeeds.not how the machine it the end would do...
User avatar #26 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
Well, good luck in college. I'm leaving for the army next year and hope to start a career there. Shame, no machining for me then.
User avatar #27 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
metal cnc machining is supposed to have better job opportunities than wood cnc...weird that you cant get a job?



still. military.i still need to go back there..got kicked out from there last time i went there. two years in e class then re roll or transfer to f.
User avatar #28 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
I was promised fuckin endless job opportunities when i was in school but i haven't heard from any of the places i applied to. And suck for you on the military part if it gets on your college's way.
User avatar #29 - angelious (04/28/2015) [-]
i can most likely just push it back infinitely if i want to...


and yeah. i was promised the same thing. come graduation and all i hear is "you can work cnc? dude you should enroll to be a metal worker. cnc knowledge in that area lands you all the jobs!"


lies all around i suppose X(
User avatar #31 - helifapter (04/28/2015) [-]
Yeah, i feel the same.
#5 - Well, i hope he protects him and/or his family. 04/28/2015 on /pol/ legend 0
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