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VCARVE From The Beginning, How To Use Vectric Vcarve Desktop & Pro, CNC Router Beginners Tutorial

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If you are completely new to CNC, you will completely appreciate this video that teaches you how to get you started in Vectric Vcarve desktop or Vcarve pro. you’ll learn some tips and tricks along the way that would otherwise take a few months to figure out.

There are many links below for other starter stuff you will absolutely need

Vectric Vcarve Desktop and Pro are the cream of the crop when it comes to designing for your CNC router, laser, or creating vector files for other CNC projects.

Getting started can be a bit cumbersome simply because Vcarve is unfamiliar. However, it is the easiest and best product on the market for CNC router work. The interface is clear and the platform is extremely flexible.
Vectric Software Links
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→ Vcarve Pro (Recommended): https://shrsl.com/36xfh
→ Vcarve Desktop (24×24” size limit): https://shrsl.com/36xfj
→ Vectric Aspire (3D modeling): https://shrsl.com/36xfk
→ Cut2D (for the budget-minded): https://shrsl.com/36xfm
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VCARVE FOR BEGINNERS playlist: https://bit.ly/3pdmFsi
→ 8-pc carbide CNC router bit set (w/ free vector files) https://bit.ly/3d1iQnF
→ 1” Surfacing bit required for surfacing your spoil board: https://bit.ly/2QEYLKz
***Use this discount code (SURFACING BIT)
→ To do glass engraving, the best bit to use: https://bit.ly/3tRy98s
→ Calipers. For the price, it is a very good set: https://amzn.to/338MAt3
→ Hearing protection (plugs don’t work): https://amzn.to/2Hs1RgW
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  1. I am a 65yo incapacitated airforce vetran, with the medication I take it makes me a bit of a dummy, I do like check lists to use until I become competent, so starter projects with written check list to down load so I can move on once I it sinks in to my thick head. I do believe you are the top gun who is clear and precise but this Aussie has a lot of personal battles to overcome. Thankyou mate for your continued professionalism, and yes my grandkids gave me the hair piece which is undectable out in the public eye. Regards David C Bell.

  2. Garrett I have a question for you. I don't think there is a way to do this, but not 100% sure so thought I would ask you about this. My computers are in my house and my cnc is about 100 feet away out in my shop. There are occasional times that I wish I could print a copy of the project I'm working on and take it out to the shop with me for various reasons. I can do that, but the printed out copy of the project is so small you can hardly read it. Is there a way to print a copy of the project and enlarge it so that it will fill an 8-1/2 X 11 sheet of printer paper? I don't think it can be done. I've tried several things but it always comes out too small, so I thought I would ask you as you know a lot more about V-carvePro than I do. Thanks.

  3. thanks for this. I've been using Easel and fusion 360 for about a year now and i've been seeing great things about Vcarve and wanted to give it a try. I did some tinkering on my own but wanted to get some more information and thats just what you did. Thanks a lot.

  4. Great tutorial, I'm using the bitmap feature to create a sign design from a photo. I got snarled up by having the radio button "Group vectors" being checked on. Wouldn't let me clean up the grey scale vectors until I turned it off and tried again (the vectors were all treated as one object)…I'm learning and hoping to help others that might experience the same problem!

  5. Very informative video, thank you for making it. It seems that some of the basics are very similar to printer graphic programs that helps make the learning curve a little easier but goes in areas that are not of concern for basic print. Again, thank you for helping to make this easier to grasp.

  6. as a fairly experienced fusion 360 user I decided there were some things that were just easier in Vcarve. I downloaded the trial and decided to watch this video to speed up the learning curve. Since I was used to modeling in Fusion many of the features are similar but your video saved me hours of trial and error and made a lot of VCarve concepts very clear and easy to grasp. Thanks for the video I have subscribed and will be watching more of them.

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