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    Magic John! All you need for perfection is a...

    Magic John! All you need for perfection is a couple of Teslas and a nice Powerwall blinking away!
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    Superb workanship!

    Superb workanship!
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    Thanks for all the info. I think you have saved...

    Thanks for all the info. I think you have saved my mate. He’s now pretty keen on going for a new Max.
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    Help identifying older Shopbot

    Got a CNC newbie mate interested in a Shopbot (Australia). This one is on an Ebay sister site. Any info would be appreiated.
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    Leroy try checking for duplicated vectors as this...

    Leroy try checking for duplicated vectors as this is very common when a newbie.
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    Brilliant Brian!

    Brilliant Brian!
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    Yes Steve same here. We run woodwork classes but...

    Yes Steve same here. We run woodwork classes but they really are just sanding workshops. Luckily they come away satisfied!
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    Joe have you tried Klingspores mops with the...

    Joe have you tried Klingspores mops with the “little fingers” that get into all the nicks and crannies? Absolutely magic and they get better with use and dont wreck texture as shown in your pic. They...
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    Somehow a few years back we lost our spanner...

    Somehow a few years back we lost our spanner somewhere in the workshop on a day we were supposed to give a SB demo to a potential user. Found the perfect solution was the forged spanner that came...
  10. Updated to v9 lost Shopbot PP on all files

    Just updated to v9 - zero problems with post processors in the past - used Shopbot Arc (inch) w/speed (*sbp). Now every file shows the first pp in the list plus this exact selection is no longer in...
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    Try replacing the two 3AG glass fuses. Worked for...

    Try replacing the two 3AG glass fuses. Worked for us!
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    https://www.woodworkingnetwork.com/community/show-...

    https://www.woodworkingnetwork.com/community/show-us-your-shop/six-function-transforming-shop-cart-stroke-genius?utm_source=Real_Magnet&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=srwtlc@gmail.com&utm_content=DAILY%20B...
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    Good on you Andrew! I chickened on the young ones...

    Good on you Andrew! I chickened on the young ones this year and went for the 16/17 year olds. I was the shortest guy in the workshop! Two of them look like taking up CNC which is most gratifying....
  14. Tom I had a lot of troubles intalling an indexer...

    Tom I had a lot of troubles intalling an indexer on our Buddy 12 months back. It turned out the PCB was mislabled with A swapped with B. Suggest you contact support as in our case it was an easy fix.
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    Absolutely brilliant tutorial and a subject others seem to have completely missed! Maybe you could think about adding a bit on Dibond and Alucabond? Anyway great work TJ - you're worth more money!
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    Jim we approached it in a different way and...

    Jim we approached it in a different way and ordered a Tesla Powerwall to store power overnight at the off peak rate of 14.7 as against 25.6 peak. We did this because the solar buy back rate was...
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    Absolutely brilliant concept Gert! You never...

    Absolutely brilliant concept Gert! You never cease to amaze!
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    Very nice work for a first attempt.

    Very nice work for a first attempt.
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    Ken have you tried replacing the 24 volt glass...

    Ken have you tried replacing the 24 volt glass fuses. Sounds pretty dumb but it worked for a couple of us on here!
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    The stuff we get in Australia is fantastic...

    The stuff we get in Australia is fantastic quality but almost twice the price of birch. Zero splintering and extremely hard wearing. The only trouble we have ever had is you cannot do neat pyography...
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    Great work Steve. Have you thought about bamboo?...

    Great work Steve. Have you thought about bamboo? It solves the colour problem and the stuff outlasts birch about 10:1. We get great results by finishing with a 2mm end mill. Unbeleivably these are...
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    Another brilliant project Andrew! A million...

    Another brilliant project Andrew! A million thanks for posting. The trebuchets worked out really well with our old folks! At a recent Xmas dinner they used them to "pass" sweets up and down a really...
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    Suggest you look at the tutorials on "textures"....

    Suggest you look at the tutorials on "textures". Its very easy to do and you can even use a cheap 90 degree v bit. Adds a touch of class to any sign.
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    Love these posts Andrew - thank you!

    Love these posts Andrew - thank you!
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    I have found the easiiest and most cock up proof...

    I have found the easiiest and most cock up proof method is to just slice off the top with the band saw. A final clean up is then done on a drum sander and you do get extremely consistant results.
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