CNC Project Video: Using Dovetails on the CNC Router to Build a Shaker Style Dresser

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For Your Safety

  1. The methods illustrated here are only intended for use with a CNC machine.
  2. Make certain that the workpiece is secured and that all components of the fixture are securely fastened to the table.
  3. Use a guard, eye and hearing protection at all times.


Noah from Elevated Woodworking designs, cuts and stains this beautiful dresser from cherry wood, using Amana Tool® CNC Router Bits.

After using both Fusion360™ and JointCAM to create a cutting file, Noah resurfaces the wood, then plunges and cuts the wood using dovetail router bits on his homemade CNC machine to make a dresser.

Feed, Speed & Step Down Technical Information:

1-1/2" Dia. Insert Solid Carbide Mini Spoilboard CNC Router Bit No. RC-2250
Feed Rate (IPM): 250
Speed (RPM): 18,000
Chip Load (Per Tooth): 0.004"
Step Down (Per Pass): 0.250”

3/8" Dia. Solid Carbide Spiral Flute Plunge CNC Router Bit No. 46359
Feed Rate (IPM): 250
Speed (RPM): 18,000
Chip Load (Per Tooth): 0.003"
Step Down (Per Pass): 0.250”

14° Dovetail Carbide Tipped Router Bit No. 45804
Feed Rate (IPM): 100
Speed (RPM): 18,000
Chip Load (Per Tooth): 0.003"
Step Down (Per Pass): 0.250”

1/4" Dia. Solid Carbide Spiral Flute Plunge CNC Router Bit No. 46348
Feed Rate (IPM): 100
Speed (RPM): 18,000
Chip Load (Per Tooth): 0.003"
Step Down (Per Pass): 0.250”

8° Dovetail Carbide Tipped Router Bit No. 45830
Feed Rate (IPM): 100
Speed (RPM): 18,000
Chip Load (Per Tooth): 0.003"
Step Down (Per Pass): 0.250”

Thank you for watching our video Using Dovetails on the CNC to Build a Dresser Video by Noah Lorang and ToolsToday, Your Source for Industrial Cutting Tools.

Links
Amana Tool http://www.amanatool.com
Noah Lorang https://elevatedwoodworking.com
Autodesk® Fusion 360™ https://www.autodesk.com/products/fusion-360/overview
JointCAM http://g-forcecnc.com/jointcam.html

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