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    SUPER COOL:cool:

    SUPER COOL:cool:
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    Nice work

    Very nice job Khalid. Can you please post a picture of your finished work. I bet the finish you use will really show the beauty of these peices. Thanks Joe
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    Multi Tool

    Greg: I purchased a Multi Tool for $39.00 bucks at Harbour Freight near me. It has variable speed and a carry case. The tool has become one of my favorite go to tools, and is great for tabs, or...
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    Pre Stain Conditioner

    As Stated, the beautiful thing about Poplar, are the green and at times purple tones. I have been using a home made stain conditioner, (from Fine Woodworking) even makes pine which stains blotchy...
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    Face Frames

    I would make face frame and once attached to cabinets make doors afterwards. This way you have less room for error. You can measure doors to finished frames.
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    Face Frames

    Consider how you would attach the face frame to the finished cabinet. I usually pocket screw face frame from behind, then glue rail of cabinet and clamp face frame to cabinet overnight. It make a...
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    Nice Job

    Nice Post Jack. Handy in a Pinch.
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    Assembly

    Hi Jack: Keep in mind where you are going to put the finished cabinet. Two smaller assembled cabinets are easier to move in place than one large finished one. If you ever have to move it for any...
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    Cpp

    Going to stain them Gene. Nice and easy. May even just leave them natural and just clear coat them.
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    Cpp

    Thanks Mark. I appreciate yours and everyone else's time and help. Can you suggest a good hinge plate and hinge combo. One that is fully adjustable. I most likely will farm out cabinet doors if I...
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    CPP Solved

    Ok Guys: Ryan called me this morning, and helped to get me up and running. I had some problems with settings. He helped me to set it up, so we can leave an onion skin. I have not vac, so hold...
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    Cpp

    Thanks Jack: Ryan has offered to give me a ring. I just sent him my number. I told him anytime tomorrow is fine to call. I've had some great help from CPP users so far. I'm further ahead than...
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    Cpp

    Hi Mark: I checked the settings as you suggested. I am attaching it for you to see and check. I just don't understand why the Back Bottom Dado File cut right through the 3/4" Ply. I thought it...
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    Cpp

    Hi Mark: I checked the settings as you suggested. I am attaching it for you to see and check. I just don't understand why the Back Bottom Dado File cut right through the 3/4" Ply. I thought it...
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    Thanks Gene and Kevin: Ken from the forum...

    Thanks Gene and Kevin: Ken from the forum suggested we raise the safe z and Ryan ageed. 19663 That got me to a safe height when moving around the table bed. Changing the Z fixed the problem at...
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    CPP/Still at it

    Well, still not having any luck. Ryan Pattersen had given me some settings, and Mark Steif was nice enough to call and speak to me this morning. Really thought we had this figured out. My first...
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    Good Luck

    Good Luck Bruce. I gave my bot a good ground to the earth with a copper rod. I was having comm port errors which stopped the machine during cuts. Also make sure you have a good computer with...
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    Cpp speed bumps/back to the drawing board

    OK: So in the toolpath menu, enter 12,000 for rpm, 6 for feed rate xy, and how about plunge rate? and add to depth I would think, leave blank unless you wanted to go deeper? By the way I am...
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    Cpp speed bumps/back to the drawing board

    Thanks Ryan. I just PM'd you. Is speed adjustable through CPP software. Should I be running chip calculator in the software, will this adjust speed etc? Thanks Joe
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    Cpp speed bumps/back to the drawing board

    Thanks for the advise Kevin. I have built cabinets conventionally with square toe kick boxes. Does save a lot of wood, usually make them out of scraps. Good way to burn them up. You mentioned I'm...
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    Ccp

    Thanks Mark: I'll send them to you. I think I'm just missing something. Joe
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    Cpp

    Yeah Jerry, I could use some troubleshooting. I'm hoping it's just something stupid on my part. That would be great if it was. Reminds me of when I was first assembling my bot, wiring it up etc. ...
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    Cpp speed bumps/back to the drawing board

    Well, I took my first shot at CPP this afternoon. I have reviewed the software, and I thought things were looking pretty good. I loaded up my PRS 4x8 and went to town. I did not make out so good. ...
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    Cpp

    Thanks Gene: I like your ideas. I tried opening DXF CPP files in Aspire. I think I would have to reconfigure all the cuts. If i'm right, it's a lot of extra work. Maybe just using CPP and...
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    Cpp

    Thanks Gene: I spent all day yesterday fooling around with and learning the software. The 3d visualization was helpful pointing out obvious mistakes I had made. I plan on using it to build a...
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