Using the CNC Router for Wood Inlay (Quick & Dirty)


May 17


07:00 pm - 09:00 pm

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Site 3 coLaboratory


Site 3 Co-Laboratory

718R Ossington Ave, Toronto, M6G 3T6

Toronto, CA, M6G 3T6

Want to use the CNC router to cut designs in wood, or even better, do inlay work? This will be a short quick and dirty class on it.

  We’ve got the CNC Router in the shop but not many people don’t know how to use it. I’ve used it to make plenty of fancy cutting boards, and now you can too.

This will be a quick and dirty class on how to engrave or do a simple wood inlay. We’ll be using scraps ~4″x4″ big and inlaying one piece of wood into the other. You are required to bring an image in DXF format that you want to engrave. A black and white jpeg should work, but be prepared for me to give you a dirty look if you do. You can bring your own piece of wood if you like. It’ll help if you have some basic woodworking skills.

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