Difference between revisions of "WW2 Prop Gold"

From Nottinghack Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
m
m
 
Line 14: Line 14:
 
}}
 
}}
  
Nick needed to make some fake WWII gold for an escape room game. Brass as used as the material so that bars had some heft to them. Each bar weighs approximately 800g but feels satisfyingly heavy.
+
Nick needed to make some fake WWII gold for an escape room game. Brass was used as the material so that bars had some heft to them. Each bar weighs approximately 800g but feels satisfyingly heavy.
  
 
The toolpaths were produced using [[Fusion 360]] and cut using the [[CNC Mill]]. The reference model was taken from thingiverse: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2442031
 
The toolpaths were produced using [[Fusion 360]] and cut using the [[CNC Mill]]. The reference model was taken from thingiverse: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2442031

Latest revision as of 08:09, 28 March 2019

WW2 Prop Gold
WW2 Prop Gold (1).jpg
Primary Contact Nick
Created 09/03/2019
Completed 28/03/2019
Dormant
Version
Members Dan
Manufacturer {{{manufacturer}}}
Model {{{model}}}
Location [[{{{location}}}]]
Status Complete
Type Members Project
Live Status
QR code

Nick needed to make some fake WWII gold for an escape room game. Brass was used as the material so that bars had some heft to them. Each bar weighs approximately 800g but feels satisfyingly heavy.

The toolpaths were produced using Fusion 360 and cut using the CNC Mill. The reference model was taken from thingiverse: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2442031


The first operation was done with a 6mm flat end mill. The 2D Adaptive option was used to give a smooth cut with 1mm optimal load and 1mm depth cuts.

The second operation was done using a 1.5mm ball nose tool. Parallel passes were used to produce the text with good results. The only problem with this approach is that the cross hatched tooling marks are plainly visible on the surface.

Gallery