CarveWright CNC Woodworking System
The award-winning CarveWright System was first developed by NASA Robotics Engineers on a mission to create the first consumer level carving system. To do this they had three goals in mind:
The CarveWright answered all of these, becoming a market sensation when it launched in 2006. Completing that mission, the engineers continued to explore new ways to improve and after 4 years of heavy use and re-engineering, upgrades and new developments, the CarveWright System has been re-invented and is now more robust than ever.
I have purchased out of pocket four of these units to introduce the concept of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machine processes to my students. We are currently going to be designing room and hall passes for many teachers in our building. There are many possibilities and options that these machines will offer the students in my program. I have made a screencast video to demonstrate to students how to produce these room passes. I hope you enjoy the video and I will be taking some pictures once some of these room passes are completed. Please click on the Carvewright page to the left to see some of the great products my students will be designing and carving. Click on the icon below to see how the room passes are made using the Carvewright Designer Software. Enjoy the movie!!
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