Here are the final photos, linework, definitions, and rhino screenshot of the line engraving job. The specs on the CAM file ended up being a series of engraving Mops that stepped down at 1/8″ each time to .625″. This allowed the creation of pointed lines by moving the 1/4″ tool into the wood at 3 dimensions rather than starting it already in the wood or plunging. The post-CNC work included 3 hours of sanding for the fraying that could not be avoided even with 90 in/min cut rate. If you have any ideas on how to avoid with baltic birch plywood, be sure to let me know.
-Team “Ramrod” Plywood