In Grasshopper, the raw tool path data is then cleaned up by only taking cures within a certain range of lengths as carved tool paths. Then I use a series of Mirror and Rotate commands to produce the final piece. As an added feature, an advanced user can also edit the type number of rotations as well as the location of the reflected planes. The generated mandala can then be 'baked' out of Grasshopper into Rhino-space and can be used for laser cutting or CNCing. If the user wished to carve them selves, they can use the projection to then hand carve into the wood block.
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