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    If you haven't called Shopbot tech support you...

    If you haven't called Shopbot tech support you should. They are very helpful.

    Phil
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    Steampunk Sleigh

    I started this project a little over a year ago. I wanted it as a Christmas gift for my wife. I got a bit bogged down with it and put it aside. So, a year later I started work again on it but...
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    Very impressive work. Thanks for posting. Phil

    Very impressive work. Thanks for posting.

    Phil
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    Thanks, Jerry. I'll check it out. Phil

    Thanks, Jerry. I'll check it out.

    Phil
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    Control box humming

    I have a PRT 4g circa 2006. Lately, when I turn it on I hear a hum or buzzing coming from the box. If I give the box a light whack the hum will stop. Is this a sign of something I need to be...
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    I bought metal ducting at Home Depot. Phil

    I bought metal ducting at Home Depot.

    Phil
  7. Contact Shopbot tech support. Phil

    Contact Shopbot tech support.

    Phil
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    Does the bit almost touch the wood? If it is...

    Does the bit almost touch the wood? If it is very close you may need to make an edit for the thickness of you Z-plate. In the Shopbot Console, under Tools, select Shopbot setup, the 3rd page is for...
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    Beautiful work, Brian. Phil

    Beautiful work, Brian.

    Phil
  10. Contact Shopbot directly for technical support. ...

    Contact Shopbot directly for technical support. You may to upgrade the springs. I had a similar problem, SHopbot sent be new springs.

    Phil
  11. Thread: Table legs

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    Very well done. :) Phil

    Very well done. :)

    Phil
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    I appreciate the help. However, this still makes...

    I appreciate the help. However, this still makes me wonder if these limitations and inconvenient workarounds are resulting in fewer members posting. I post on other forums; Vectric, Lumberjocks and...
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    Thanks, Steve. I wonder if this has something to...

    Thanks, Steve. I wonder if this has something to do with why we haven't see as many project posts lately.

    Phil
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    Difficulty posting project photos

    I've loaded a few dozen photos onto this website for Show and Tell. I've tried to add a new photo to display. I can't get it to load. It's been resized to less than 300 kb. I've loaded larger...
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    The Catskill chairs are very nice. Where did you...

    The Catskill chairs are very nice. Where did you get the Sapele. I live not far from the Catskills in Berkshire county, MA. I've been to the Catskill area many times. We used to take our kids to...
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    I have the same hammer in my toolbox. :) That...

    I have the same hammer in my toolbox. :) That put a smile on my face this morning. Thanks for posting. Anytime I talk to former students they all tell me that they still have their shop projects. ...
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    Jeff, I always love to hear from former students....

    Jeff, I always love to hear from former students. When I taught at the high school in Lee I was teaching metal shop. Around 1982 I was transferred to Central School and taught Jr. High wood shop....
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    I added a 1/2" Trex scrap to the feet to prevent...

    I added a 1/2" Trex scrap to the feet to prevent moisture from wicking into the legs and rotting the wood. There is no cleat to support the seat slats. I cut a groove into the curved legs on my...
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    We did hundreds over quite a few years as school...

    We did hundreds over quite a few years as school shop projects. It was the most popular project. This was all done in the pre CNC era. Glad to hear it is working out for you on the Shopbot.

    Phil
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    Hi Scott, it is very comfy. No steam bending. ...

    Hi Scott, it is very comfy. No steam bending. The back slats contour is cut on the bandsaw and yes there is a blind loose mortise and tenon joint at the arm rest.

    Phil
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    I did manage to post. I'm hoping to get the ball...

    I did manage to post. I'm hoping to get the ball rolling on posts.

    Phil :)
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    Adirondack Chair lets get more prjoject posts

    I built this Adirondack chair from Fine Woodworking magazine plans. The curved legs are the only parts that I used my Shopbot to make. I've built quite a few standard Adirondack chairs when I was...
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    Looks great. What parts did you make on your CNC...

    Looks great. What parts did you make on your CNC machine?

    Phil
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    Can't post a photo

    I just tried to post a project. I can't get the photo to upload. The photo is only 72 KB.

    Phil
  25. Thread: Forum

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    Why does it have to be fantastic? Show us what...

    Why does it have to be fantastic? Show us what you are doing. I have a folder of "Project Ideas" that are from this forum and Vectric. By far most of them are not "fantasic". I save them because...
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