Thread: OneCNC - The Mobile Phone
Here is a picture of a model phone customer wanted to make using 3D Milling on a thermwood router
this is the model file they needed to produce
the difference being this needed to be 7 foot tall
this was there first attempt at 3D Milling using OneCNC
Last edited by Gilly; 18-05-2009 at 05:56 PM. Reason: amended
here are some pictures of it being roughed out on the machine
heres another shot
and another shot aswell
and another including yours truly (gilly) it was the customers training day
Last edited by Gilly; 18-05-2009 at 05:20 PM. Reason: amended
from these routed models we made fibreglass moulds here is the front detail
Last edited by Gilly; 18-05-2009 at 05:23 PM. Reason: amended
here is the back detail
this is the picture of the handheld model
here is the finished item with a 42" plasma fitted to the phone which was used as a publicity stand for promoteing the phone, must thank set staging for allowing us to show the picture's hope you enjoyed?
PS I miss those big old anologue mobile phones, I had a 444 it was brilliant, no one would mug you when you carried one of those.
You could even jam it under the axle when you were changing a wheel on the Donald.
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