This is the digital download containing the files and directions on how to make this “Shallow Flow Bowl” on a wood CNC router machine. NOTE: Vectric VCarve Version 11.5+ is required! The VCarve file is setup with the model and all appropriate tool paths to make this project. Some knowledge of VCarve is required, but the directions cover basic details on how to generate GCode for your particular CNC machine, and this could be a good first time project that involves two sided machining of a bowl.
The photos are from actual pieces that I machined on my Avid CNC. I used various woods: maple, cherry, redwood and a glue-up of multiple woods.
NOTE: The stock is 2″ in height. A bit with 2″ or more below the holder is highly recommended to avoid collisions! 2.5″ long bits with 2″ below the holder should work okay.
Included: Detailed step-by-step directions PDF on how to make this bowl. The directions list all required bits and materials. In general, you will need at least a 1/4″ spiral up cut bit, and a 1/4″ ball nose bit.
Also Included: Fusion 360 Version of the same thing! That way you can choose which software you want to use to make this project.
The stock size is 9.5″ x 9.5″ x 2″.
You are welcome to make these bowls and sell them.
Please contact me if you have any questions after purchasing! I want you to succeed and I’m happy to help you out!
Corbin Dunn owns the copyright on these files. The copyright is not transferable upon sale. It is illegal to sell, share or distribute digital designs and plans purchased from here. You are welcome to sell the products you make from this design