Barbie doll shelf for my daughter with my Badog CNC

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Barbie doll shelf for my daughter with my Badog CNC

Post by asselin22 » Thu Jun 23, 2016 11:34 am

I’ve been working with badog software for about a year now I was quite convinced that I can make this drawing in less than an hour but in reality it took to many twists and turns and I started to get really creative with my drawings. So it took a little bit longer than expected. you can see below the outline of the pieces and went at as usual on using 3 mm thick plywood with a 1.1 mm diameter tool with 2 teeth.
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once all the pieces were cutout of the wood I started to assemble them and had realized that one of the pieces and drawn upside down and if I put it together it would be backwards on the finished model so it was back to the drawing board and I made another piece and erased the original false piece. The entire project took about 15 to 20 minutes to cut if you don’t count the time I lost redoing the DXF files in the bundled software I had received with my machine.
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here’s an image of the semifinished Barbie doll bookshelf partially assembled before I painted pink. I had to disassemble the entire model in order to get the pieces perfectly covered by the pink
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well here’s the finished project all painted of the Barbie bookshelf
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Re: Barbie doll shelf for my daughter with my Badog CNC

Post by senior » Thu Jun 23, 2016 1:38 pm

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Re: Barbie doll shelf for my daughter with my Badog CNC

Post by asselin22 » Fri Jun 24, 2016 12:00 pm

senior wrote:Nice and hairy.
haha thanks :D

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