New tool paths in Easel Pro save you time, money, and bits.
Oftentimes the shortest path between two points is the best path to take.
During our latest Easel Live Event we released optimized toolpaths, improved safety heights, ramping, and more—all features focused on helping you save time, prolong tool life, and make Easel even easier to use. Read on to find out more about these new features, and learn why we built them.
With this in mind, we set out to fix a complex problem with toolpaths
But we didn't stop there...
OLD TOOLPATHS NEW TOOLPATHS
With faster carving comes better previews
- Toolpath Visualizations toggles allow you to turn on and off toolpaths and material
- Bit/Tool Preview in Simulation allows you to see where the bit is moving
- Uncut Area Warnings indicate areas which are too small in the design for the bit to fit and these will not get cut.
- Best of all, this is free for all users
Taking the plunge - and ramping things up
- 5 Degree ramp for hardwoods, hard plastics and metals
- 20 Degree ramp for softwoods, soft plastics and foams
- Vertical plunge for drilling with drill bits (no end mills)
One more thing - your chance to win!
Our community is one of the most powerful parts of Inventables— a welcoming place to help each other, give advice, and support.
At our last live event, we announced the Pro Design contest, whose winner was Judah Mills with this amazing science fair project. He used The Pro Design library to find images of a brain.