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Re: CNC for scribed log work? [Re: daiku] #20202 06/08/09 05:49 PM
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Originally Posted By: daiku
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commenting on only the process described (i'd love to see more details) seems that the goal is to begin the automation of full scribed log work - the logs mentioned are somehow scanned (photography? laser?)


Laser


pretty cool.
new energy works used a handheld laser scanner while helping to recreate an organ from lithuania at the eastman school of music. they scanned each religious sculpture on the original. the plan was to rough them out on a cnc machine and each piece was to be finished and detailed by hand... though i do not know at what state the carving is at.


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Re: CNC for scribed log work? [Re: bmike] #20237 06/10/09 05:13 PM
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Mike-Thanks for your correction of my mistake. But I still wonder why the traditionalists do not like those who love new technology in Timber Framing? I do not go their section and make desparaging comments about them and their side of things. I like both sides of the Craft. Maybe it is time to sit on the side again.
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