that is saweeeet...... congrats on the purchase Jan. you will never have any free time again, too many projects to make for other people
'95 YJ. waggy d44's, custom stretched 3-link front with an astro steering box, rear stretched with SOA XJ springs, and 35" Mickey Thompson MTZ's.
front lock-right and fozzied rear. RCV's.
4.0 swapped in with 1" "MML", 1" rewelded body mount lift, boat-sides, flat belly, gas tank tucked up 5".
'95 Grand Cherokee V8 Orvis edition. '98 D44a rear, 2x4 rockers. rollin' on 235's. full of junk.
AutoCad for sure, that's what i will be designing with, been taking the course at NSCC all fall to brush up on lost skills. I don't use it at work.
I believe the Sheetcam software will be able to produce toolpaths from many different types of input files, or a scanned pic, or I can make a CAD drawing from your measurements on a paper napkin.
AutoCad - for design SheetCam - also for design and generating toolpaths. Can use many types of input files. Mach3 - controller software, for reading the toolpaths and operating the motor drives, positioning and plasma.
i will be able to produce parts as accurately as you can measure them.