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Machining Brass on the Onefinity CNC. Make your own brass branding iron!



We all know the importance of branding your work. Just as every artist signs their art, we woodworkers should also proudly claim our work, and what better way than with a branding iron!?


In this episode, Morgan cut a Onefinity branding iron out of solid brass on his Elite Series Woodworker. With the right bits and toolpath settings, you can make one too. Use your own logo and follow along to see how easy it is to create a branding iron of your very own!


Cut files with pre-programmed toolpaths for both Vcarve and Carveco are available for FREE on the Onefinity user forum. Also included are Vectors in DXF and SVG format, as well as toolpathing instructions for anyone using other software.


Download the free files from the user forum and make your mark in style!


Bits & Bits 1/8" O-flute upcut bit - https://bitsbits.com/product/425-up125/ - Full Depth: .125" - .015” per pass - 200 IPM - Spindle speed: 18,000 RPM


Bits & Bits 1/16" O-flute upcut bit - https://bitsbits.com/product/425-up062/ - Full Depth: .125” - .015” per pass -160 IPM - Spindle speed: 18,000 RPM


Bits & Bits 60 degree V-bit: https://bitsbits.com/product/60-degre… - Max Depth: .125” - .0312” per pass - 40 IPM - Spindle speed: 20,000 RPM


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