I have been playing around and modifying some templates that I have made using some of the extablished members' existing drawings. Anyways, I had printed these out, then mapped and entered everything into AUTOCAD. I offered them up some time ago and had several people that received them.
While this was great, I came to realize how time-consuming tracing and cutting everything out was. I have extensive CAD and some CNC programing experience so, when I had some free time and was able to join my efforts with a friend ... VIOLA!
A CNC PROGRAM to run on 3MM sintra!. We used a 60 degree bevel bit and set the depth so that it would leave a thin "SKIN" on the back that would keep all of the parts together and so they wouldn't shift, or get sucked into the router's vaccum
The best part? It takes 5 minutes to get a complete set of perfectly uniform beveled edge armor. You can either snap it out (but you get small micro fractures) or score in the bevel with a knife!
Let me know what you think: