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    That is beautiful to look at, how about a sound...

    That is beautiful to look at, how about a sound check for us!!!
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    I had a Norwood 2000 for a few years sold it,...

    I had a Norwood 2000 for a few years sold it, last year I bought a woodlands 126 love it.
  3. Thread: Losing X Steps

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    Just a thought, if one of your filtering...

    Just a thought, if one of your filtering capacitors has failed or weakened this would cause a sine wave to the driver that could cause it to spin out and as your X axis has 2 motors it takes a larger...
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    http://www.talkshopbot.com/forum/attachment.php?at...

    http://www.talkshopbot.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=28598&stc=1Was bolted through the 2 stringers, easy to assemble or take apart.
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    The rough cut was done with a 3/4 bit and the...

    The rough cut was done with a 3/4 bit and the fini with a 1/4 rt. only one pass cross grain, very seldom get fuzz on dry cedar.
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    It was a quickie for me as I have run stuff in...

    It was a quickie for me as I have run stuff in the 109 hour range, this was only with rough cut and fini only 27 hours, the Wood is 3 inch clear cedar and min wax oil then Sikkens clear cote.
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    Quickie for our reunion

    Made this for our reunion, it was a hit.
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    Ok, I use it the same way, except export as a...

    Ok, I use it the same way, except export as a eps. to aspire its quick, don't have a shopbot anymore but way back in the early days of shopbot I sure did use corel formaking files for it.
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    Cutting files for what?

    Cutting files for what?
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    I really don't think anyone is or would fault the...

    I really don't think anyone is or would fault the Shopbot forum, and I know that wasn't in Joes mind when posting, you have to know Joe to realize what he is attempting, he is a teacher at heart and...
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    Hey Joe, doesn't look like the fishings to good...

    Hey Joe, doesn't look like the fishings to good here any more, and you don't have a bot so why don't you come back to the 3dsign place where you belong, lotsa new young sign folks asking qestions...
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    Most of the stuff I do is cedar, make sure its...

    Most of the stuff I do is cedar, make sure its dry...if there is minute surface cracks I mix 50/50 water and wood glue and coat thick and leave for a couple of days.
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    A little update to my world, My wife has left the...

    A little update to my world, My wife has left the Walmart and is doing fantastic in her endevours, has had to copyright her products as there are so many copycats out there.
    I have slowly become...
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    The bears, was a long cut @109 hours total, the...

    The bears, was a long cut @109 hours total, the wolf sized is 10 hours done with just a finish pass, yes that's the beetle killed pine, there are 2 main pines up here Jack pine and Lodge pole pine,...
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    I have had pretty good return from Pine and...

    I have had pretty good return from Pine and cedar.http://www.talkshopbot.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=26098&stc=1http://www.talkshopbot.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=26099&stc=1 the...
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    Chuck, yes I had concerns because some were...

    Chuck, yes I had concerns because some were obviously staircased, so I cut a section out in a place where I wanted high resolution and carved it with a 1/8 bit then with a .25 bit, the larger bit did...
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    Chuck I have done some big ones, if you have...

    Chuck I have done some big ones, if you have doubts cut a square small piece 8x8 in. of your file and cut it with a mid sized bit and see what shows.
  18. Thread: Cabriole Legs

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    Thanks for the link, very interesting.

    Thanks for the link, very interesting.
  19. I have to 3hp. 3 phase regens there new tested...

    I have to 3hp. 3 phase regens there new tested never used, I am using the same ones only single phase 220 volts
    ordered from golden Dragon in china they sent he wrong ones, we had argument "alibaba...
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    Hey young'un, only 65...no words of advice other...

    Hey young'un, only 65...no words of advice other than head for the enjoyment factor and don't stop do'in, we all know you'll make good choices.
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    Yes, I use the timber from the property, we have...

    Yes, I use the timber from the property, we have a variety of discolored wood from barbed wire tree to tree fencing.
    Like this one.
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    Denim Pine carving

    Denim Pine test run.
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    chest/urn for a friend

    This little chest was made for a personal friend.
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    Hope it didn't take you a 108 hours lol, nice...

    Hope it didn't take you a 108 hours lol, nice stuff...looks good small or large.
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    Yes, I have been there..to replace the box with...

    Yes, I have been there..to replace the box with more spaces you have to use a larger breaker on the main disconnect, then have to use a larger wire size to the new panel. chain reaction.
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