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    Here's another video of doing something like this...

    Here's another video of doing something like this stackable crate:

    https://youtu.be/Ld7zXmhYoDM

    Here's the source model I used from SketchUp:
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    Why stop at the box gadget? What if you could...

    Why stop at the box gadget?

    What if you could make anything that you could design and turn it into ShopBot code in seconds:

    https://youtu.be/ug3TvrJtVLQ

    Boxes like that are trivial in...
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    It sure is! I've modified the hell out of it,...

    It sure is!

    I've modified the hell out of it, totally new drive system, aftermarket control, custom designed 8 zone vac table, automatic tool changer, fancy flashing lights and a bunch of other...
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    Fusion 360 definitely has a learning curve....

    Fusion 360 definitely has a learning curve. SketchUp is far easier to learn. There are advantages to both. If you absolutely need parametric design Fusion is a decent choice. After you get over the...
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    Are you talking about my 3D printed shoe? ...

    Are you talking about my 3D printed shoe?

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    Also, would you ever consider using something a little more robust than the box gadget?
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    What did you design that in? Looks great!

    What did you design that in?

    Looks great!
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    You can still get the 2017 version of SketchUp...

    You can still get the 2017 version of SketchUp for free. It's perfectly relevant for use today. You might need an extension to import DXF and DWG files however.
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    Price drop: $2100

    Price drop: $2100
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    I have a stock set of springs in a PRS Standard...

    I have a stock set of springs in a PRS Standard that came with a spindle. With the spindle alone when the machine was powered off the springs kept the spindle up. I added an air drill later and it...
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    Spindle, AFD & Air Drill

    Hey all! You may have seen my air drill listed:

    http://www.talkshopbot.com/forum/showthread.php?25679-Double-Valve-Air-Drill-FOR-SALE&highlight=drill

    I've decided to see if there's interest in...
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    Double Valve Air Drill FOR SALE

    Hello all! I have for sale a double valve air drill setup:

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    This is different than the standard ShopBot double valve air drill. This setup is made with a heavy duty industrial ARO...
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    You should have gotten a thumb drive with the...

    You should have gotten a thumb drive with the plate:

    https://www.shopbottools.com/ShopBotDocs/files/SBG%2000444%20Three%20Axis%20Zero%20Plate%20Guide%202015%2010%2016.pdf

    In the first page of...
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    https://www.kentcnc.net/nc Those ones are...

    https://www.kentcnc.net/nc

    Those ones are pretty great.

    Or just make your own:

    https://www.avidcnc.com/universal-cnc-dust-shoe-p-396.html
  14. You have to loosen the V rollers on the gantry....

    You have to loosen the V rollers on the gantry. They are eccentric so you can raise and lower them to tip the spindle forward and backwards. You can probably do it with an allen key, but you might...
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    You also need the special little tool to...

    You also need the special little tool to disengage and remove the wires from the plugs.
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    Your best bet is either to call ShopBot and order...

    Your best bet is either to call ShopBot and order one from them, or just replace both sides of the connector with something else. There are any number of aftermarket connectors you can get that would...
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    Thanks! Those are a good design too, definitely...

    Thanks! Those are a good design too, definitely cheaper and easier to make than these ones.

    The way I designed these was to be really heavy duty, and to allow people to break them down, clean them...
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    Thanks! Those are a good design too, definitely...

    Thanks! Those are a good design too, definitely cheaper and easier to make than these ones.

    The way I designed these was to be really heavy duty, and to allow people to break them down, clean them...
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    Thanks! We've been working pretty hard at it!...

    Thanks! We've been working pretty hard at it! It's finally doing the thing we want it to do!

    This is another project I knocked out the other day: https://youtu.be/O2Hj-Wygxig
  20. For cabinetry a universal hold down system really...

    For cabinetry a universal hold down system really is the best way on machines like this.

    If you did go the pod route you'd have to locate the pods in VCarve/Aspire, and then use the coordinates to...
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    Going from 3D > CNC in seconds

    Hey all, I've been working pretty hard on this software for a while now. It'll allow you to go from 3D model right to SBP or G Code very quickly:

    https://youtu.be/m-_AVd7EItE

    We just did a big...
  22. Why do you need a post processor? Can't you lay...

    Why do you need a post processor? Can't you lay out your parts in Aspire/Vcarve with the spacing you want?

    Do you have a picture of the pods?
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    Surely that would be stable, but there'd be no...

    Surely that would be stable, but there'd be no reasonable way to cut a plenum into it.
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    Unfortunately they closed that store earlier this...

    Unfortunately they closed that store earlier this year. Even at a discount you still need to get the hardware which roughly doubles the price. You're in the 2-3k range for that, plus I'd need to do...
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    Heat isn't an issue. I already checked with a...

    Heat isn't an issue. I already checked with a thermal camera.

    Wayne have you priced out phenolic? I've been seeing prices that get close to actually making buying aluminum extrusion seem with it.
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