I have been playing with my KNK Force as well as Rotary Tool. I have never carved on wood before. This was my first time and I can tell you, personally, that it was much easier than what I thought it would be. At the start i was quite intimidated by this project, but through out this project I’ve gained the confidence to face any project of this media! So don’t be intimidated; give it a try :)! This is not perfect but I am more than happy with the results, because I know that I can practice more to get results that i am satisfied with, lol. I wanted to try engraving my cousins name, Daisy, in wood. For this I used the Rotary Tool in my Force. I bought the wood I used in Walmart for $1.00, and the stand in Dollar Tree for a $1.00 as well!
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The materials that I used for this project were:
- KNK Force cutter machine
- Rotary Tool
- Acrylic Paint
Settings for KNK Force:
The settings used for the Red Blade:
- Passes = 1
- CD = 187
- CS = 10
- US = 10
- PS = 10
- LS = Default – 20
Please, READ all the safety instructions before you commence working with the Rotary Tool.
- I measured the wood with a caliper to see what recommendation the Rotary Tool Online Calculator would give me. But because I would not be cutting the wood completely, I just used the recommendations as a guideline.
- I taped the wood to the mat and placed it in my machine.
- Then, with the Rotary Tool unplugged I added it to my machine
- I Followed these instructions: 7.07.2 Inserting the Rotary Tool into the Adaptor
- After that, I plugged in the Rotary tool and put it to work.
- In C3, I already had my project ready to start carving, so I put it to work as well.
HAPPY 4th of July!!!