Michael Tyler of CarveBuddy.com put together this nice video of how to use the Rotate Tweak Tool in the CarveWright Pattern Editor software.
This video illustrates the process of importing, scaling, and splitting a vector design across multiple boards. This application was for used for carving an up-cycled cedar fence. See more about this project and the finished piece at the CarveWright Build BLOG.
Project Designer PRO tutorial video demonstrating the Vector Group feature for V-carving designs drawn with the drawing tools. Vector Group Tutorial 1 Drawing Vectors In Designer by creating a design using simple drawing tools, the Vector Group Tool & Select Bit. DOWNLOAD TUTORIAL
Project Designer PRO tutorial video demonstrating the Pattern Along Trajectory tool and the Decorate with Text too to make patterns and text follow the curve of a drawn element. Rose Frame A sample project using two patterns to make an oval frame using the Pattern Along Trajectory tool in Project Designer PRO. DOWNLOAD TUTORIAL US […]
Project Designer PRO tutorial video demonstrating the uses of the Edit Envelope tool for warping text and the Select Materials tool for adding a custom background texture to make a vintage looking Groceries and Dry Goods sign. Dr. Beards Project Tutorial This is a PDF tutorial project using Designer PRO tools to create a fun […]
Did you know you can make carving patterns with just the BASIC software tools? This is a quick and easy demonstration of making vines by drawing lines and using the Depth Profile and Make Pattern tools. Watch the video and follow along to learn more about these great tools everyone has! Then use these vines […]
Project Designer PRO tutorial video demonstrating the Vector Group feature for V-carving an Imported DXF with the DXF Importer add-on software. Printable version of this tutorial. DOWNLOAD TUTORIAL
This lesson covers the setup of a project for carving. This includes: loading the project from the LCD menu, preparing the carving material, setting up the project, and how to install and change bits.
Enlarging a design to carve as multiple pieces. Sometimes referred to as the “Tiling Technique”
Culmination of software basics. Using what we’ve learned to make a detailed design.