I've recently obtained access to a full-on Bridgeport style CNC mill, and was hoping to use it to complete a few projects.
My woodworking skills are very limited. I'd like to use some rather unusual materials like burls or stabilized spalted wood, but I so far haven't touched them due to the significant cost and ease of chipping or splitting.
However, these woods are frequently used in conjunction with CNC mills to make gun grips and knife scales. Seeing as how the tooling is rated for cutting steel and the machine has a much steadier hand than I do, I'm hoping it's just a case of the right feed rates. Does anyone have any tips on the subject?