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    It looks like the tool path is not set for a 60...

    It looks like the tool path is not set for a 60 degree bit, or your z is not zeroed correctly.
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    I bought a Makita track saw to save a little...

    I bought a Makita track saw to save a little money over the festool. The quality wasn't good enough for me, so I sent it back and bought the smaller Festool corded saw (TS55?). I couldn't be...
  3. Thread: Collet help

    by Red F
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    precise bits has a 1/8" collet and nut for some...

    precise bits has a 1/8" collet and nut for some router models.

    https://www.precisebits.com/gateways/ColletsNutsHome.htm
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    Appears to be a standard. There is red on the z...

    Appears to be a standard. There is red on the z axis motor
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    http://www.talkshopbot.com/forum/showthread.php?19...

    http://www.talkshopbot.com/forum/showthread.php?19903-Buddy-BT48-Alpha-table-MKIII&highlight=buddy+table

    Check out this thread. This is a great aluminum vacuum table built on a Buddy.

    Truely...
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    Brady, Iím trying to picture how a dial indicator...

    Brady, Iím trying to picture how a dial indicator can be used to true up the z-axis without something to offset it like the aforementioned shiny object.
    Would you mount it to the table and chuck a...
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    This has been sold and driven halfway across the...

    This has been sold and driven halfway across the country
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    It may be your surfacing pass and not your second...

    It may be your surfacing pass and not your second cut.

    Could a dull surfacing bit cause push itself up as it cut, or push the table material down?

    When I'm problem solving, I try not to take...
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    Sale pending.

    Sale pending.
  10. Thread: IBILD.com

    by Red F
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    That is a constant battle for our website guy at...

    That is a constant battle for our website guy at work. I happily only know a little about it.
  11. Thread: IBILD.com

    by Red F
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    I looked at the site on an Iphone SE. Some of...

    I looked at the site on an Iphone SE. Some of the section title words have to go onto multiple lines due to their font size and length. Also the animated typing bit at the end causes the FAQ part...
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    2008 Buddy 32 standard for sale

    Iím putting my 2008 Buddy 32 standard up for sale. Iím asking $5000 for it. I bought it from the original owner in 2011. In both of its lives it has seen minimal use. The first owner was a...
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    I'm pretty sure that is what he meant by bending...

    I'm pretty sure that is what he meant by bending it into a "z"
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    Something like this? Its home made. Skip ahead...

    Something like this? Its home made. Skip ahead to about the 9:30 mark

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dGNyc1kHAw
  15. Judging by Craigslist, Tampa Florida

    Judging by Craigslist, Tampa Florida
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    I agree with Steve that the bit angle looks off...

    I agree with Steve that the bit angle looks off slightly.
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    I completely sympathize with Morty

    I completely sympathize with Morty
  18. Thread: 800 Tiny holes?

    by Red F
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    You could pocket the backside of the plywood...

    You could pocket the backside of the plywood where you are going to add your lights and then use the smaller bit to drill the hole.
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    by Yoda It was designed

    by Yoda
    It was designed
  20. I had that issue once. I think I had to run the...

    I had that issue once. I think I had to run the c3 routine to home x and y and the the ZT to set the table base coordinates.
    I will say that I am running a standard not an alpha.

    It may have...
  21. Thread: Z-Zero routine

    by Red F
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    For some reason my BT32 started giving me errors...

    For some reason my BT32 started giving me errors like that and ran erratically. I figured out that the tool configuration had changed for some reason. It was trying to run a 48x96 alpha or...
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    you could possibly run a "search and replace" in...

    you could possibly run a "search and replace" in the sbeditor and find all occurences of the offending z height and choose whether to replace or not with your new safe z
  23. I taught woodworking at a community college in NC...

    I taught woodworking at a community college in NC for about 3 years, They have a buddy32. I bought one myself later. I would vote for the desktop.
    The buddy is a good machine, but keeping the...
  24. Not sure if this helps y'all. I just saw it on...

    Not sure if this helps y'all. I just saw it on Shopbot's newsletter. http://www.gphsmanufacturing.org/gphs-manufacturing-blog/how-to-make-a-guitar-in-382-easy-steps?mc_cid=a009506bc7&mc_eid=6c849c4ac2
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    Those are great! Let us know how they work out...

    Those are great! Let us know how they work out for you.
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