Update to Volvo 850
Experiments in 3D Machining
After mucking around with trying to make slices that I could then sand back to shape the car, I ended up changing tack and started to earn more about 3D machining.
Using CamBam to generate the g-code, here you can see it doing a rough cut of the side of the Volvo. I chose pine this time to machine with.
After the final machining, which took about 5 hours in total to do.
I then proceeded to cut the other sides, rear, and the windscreen and front.
Its then just a matter of putting the pieces together.