Dodecahedron

Monday, 10 May 2021

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Machining a dodecahedron

I bought one of Tormach's MicroARC 4 rotary axes in April 2020 - a lockdown present for myself!  the first thing I tried to machine with it was an alloy dodecahedron.  I'll admit I'd had the model for some time and had already figured out how to do the machining, but here's the result.

 

If you fancy a look at how this was done, here's the f3d file with the model and the CAM.  You should be able to import it into Fusion 360 and see exactly how it works.

 

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