More of a “this is how handy a CNC is” demo than a particularly interesting thing.
Got some legs to make an outfeed table, came with instructions and a “drilling template” (pfft!) for the leg holes.
Rather than making it on the table saw, the old fashioned way, I plopped a 48x48 piece of melamine on the LR3 and plugged it all into Fusion 360 and EstlCAM.
End result is a super precise outfeed table, slots perfectly aligned, exact depth, holes drilled for the legs, and nice round corners on a perfectly sized table. Cutting took maybe 2 hours on the CNC (1/8" compression bit) but came out exactly as expected. Iron-on black plastic edge banding and spray shellac on the exposed (amazingly smooth) particle board in the slots to finish it out.
My table saw knows it’s still loved!
I’d add that melamine can chip out pretty easily, but came out perfectly with the end mill.