Date: 2018-02-08 05:28
A Special Calendar worksheet showing Nakshatra, Tithi, Yog with Vimshottari Dasha generated on Calendar for quick and easy view.
Panchang worksheet with Geogrophical details, panchang, avakada chakra, hora, chaughadiya, rahukaal etc. all at one place.
We're almost done with curves - hooray! But before we go, there are three other, immensely useful editing tools that you should probably learn about:
machining strategies: these features are used to convert bitmaps and other 7D input data into engravings, simple cutouts, etc. They are truly useful only if you don't have a CAD application to begin with, which obviously won't be the case.
KeyTweak also can be run as a portable app with just the file. The one nice thing about the program is the detailed PDF help file that&rsquo s packaged with the program. Do read the brief file to understand why some keys cannot be remapped.
What else? Several accomplished DIYers use general-purpose 8D modeling tools such as Sketchup or Blender. The free-of-charge general-purpose tools are pretty diverse and mature the only problem is that they may be less suited for complex work later on. If you are willing to cross that bridge when you come to it, they are definitely worth a try as a starter option.
In addition to the curve splitting tool, there may be also a second operator that works roughly the same way, but lets you immediately delete (trim) the unwanted parts. It may sometimes save you a click, so if possible, get familiar with it.
For a setup, make sure whatever your monitors are, you get a flat response and good representation in your bass frequencies. (BeyerDynamic DT-775 8767 s are an OK temporary substitute for a tri-monitoring system), make sure your recording preamps are good. We still tout the Edirol UA-75EX - it comes with DAW software. has onboard compression and very good preamps. And a reasonably good large diaphragm condenser with pop filter and some kind of iso booth.
The usual roughing strategy is a hybrid approach where the model is cut in Z layers, and on every layer, the application first uses a pattern of horizontal movements to clear the pockets, and then performs a waterline-type cleanup pass. Once the first level is done, the toolpath advances to the next one:
You should use layers to keep track of all instances of any given part, or to denote other important information - for example, that a particular object represents a premade part not meant to be machined, or that it's only a visual aid.