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Old 10-15-2016, 09:31 AM
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An update to callmakers considering machining this type of product on a rotary axis:
Using techniques shown at Jim McGrew's Aspire gathering this past May, the need to use hand coding for rotation of the blank has been eliminated. Both VCPro and Aspire are capable of cutting these angled side box calls using 2D design and toolpath tools. Of course the rotary axis must have the torque to rotate for aggressive cutting. Hopefully this will answer your questions.
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Guys...
An update to this thread. Due to the length and bad sound, I have made a faster speed version of this Box Call video and removed the cutting sound. These box calls are sound chambers that amplify any bit noise during cutting.

You might get to the end of this version: https://youtu.be/Pkl5KNc8D6o

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