I am excited to announce that I’ll be doing a new monthly video series with Cutting Tool Engineering called the “CNC Chef” (a playful reference to the CNCCookbook). In our first video, I cover the subject of Tool Rubbing. It comes as a surprise to some that if you try to slow down a cut too much, it is actually much worse for Tool Life. This video explains why:
New video with Bob Warfield the “CNC Chef” and Cutting Tool Engineering…
Building a Video Studio
This project came along at the perfect time. I had basically just decided that our New Year’s Resolution here at CNCCookbook should be to do a lot more video in 2017, and to increase the production values for the video.
This CTE video was edited courtesy of their folks (thanks so much, Dennis!), but I provided the Green Screen video and the stills that are superimposed on the background. It’s been a fascinating learning curve and I’m pleased with the results, thanks to all the hard work of the CTE staff.
My next goal is learn to do videos like this for CNCCookbook and start putting them out on a regular basis. We’ll also be doing more CTE videos, so stay tuned!
While I am at it, a word about Cutting Tool Engineering. They’ve been one of my favorite online CNC publications for a long time because they’re so in-depth and so tuned into the kinds of issues I deal with here at CNCCookbook and with our G-Wizard Software. If you’ve never checked out the publication, you’ll want to check it out–really excellent articles there.
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