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    Also check out Brady's thread;...

    Also check out Brady's thread;
    http://www.talkshopbot.com/forum/showthread.php?21218-Public-Service-Announcement-Make-More-in-Less-Time-via-Tuning

    Changing my VR settings to his "Standard 3D...
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    EASY to go through the spalt layer on my batch!

    EASY to go through the spalt layer on my batch!
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    VERY "Niche" info! Some of that 3-5"D Paper...

    VERY "Niche" info!
    Some of that 3-5"D Paper Birch I had cut down 2 yrs ago,
    simply got stacked against some storage racks for 2 yrs(one 4' (5"D)and one 8' (3.5-5"D) ) and left to hopefully...
  4. I've had something like that happen...

    I've had something like that happen twice(changing settings) and read somewhere to shut down SB3 first, then computer, then machine.
    Been following that routine 5 yrs now and hasn't happened once...
  5. Probably higher for your machine, but here are...

    Probably higher for your machine, but here are the Desktop's Default VS settings.
    You should probably just do a UR and reset to your machine's defaults, or your custom setting if you have one saved....
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    TJ oftened mentioned these bits designed for...

    TJ oftened mentioned these bits designed for color core with high praise;
    https://www.centuriontools.com/collections/engraving
    Never personally used them, just thought I'd mention them.
    scott
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    Thanks Brian, I didn't see the dowel holes in...

    Thanks Brian,
    I didn't see the dowel holes in the tenons, but knowing your work, wouldn't have been surprised to see you drawboring a dowel hole :)
    I Liked the ones you dried the wood from the...
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    Looking good Brian!! :) Are they fully doweled?...

    Looking good Brian!! :)
    Are they fully doweled?
    Was this one of the churches where the wood came from the property?
    They came out great for that use:)
    scott
  9. Thread: I'm back!

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    Perfect job to jump into it again, and excellent...

    Perfect job to jump into it again, and excellent results! :)
    Big fan of wedges, but I add a Shopfox cam clamp to it :)
    scott
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    Thanks Evan! I was concerned about my...

    Thanks Evan!
    I was concerned about my exaggerating model height on that small bear from .26" to .4"....It Looked good in preview, but I was worried about how it would Feel in the hand.
    Felt good,...
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    Did a test cut on Black Walnut the same exact...

    Did a test cut on Black Walnut the same exact size of the soapstone blank.
    And then yesterday did an inscription on the back of post# 17 Bear that was a tricky cut on the fly for Mom.
    (UMO...
  12. Thread: New Spindle

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    Nice pleasant surprise Monty:) When people visit...

    Nice pleasant surprise Monty:)
    When people visit me that have routers...."OMG...it's Quiet" is usually one of the first things they say:)
    +1 on maintenance!
    scott
  13. 5.5Z " Is a minor game changer!! Love it ! ...

    5.5Z " Is a minor game changer!!
    Love it !

    Max is the same, but bigger footprint.....AND ability to cut vertically!!
    Vertical jigging change a LOT of things...pre 1914 with a central Y screw...
  14. "Max"has the same "Z" limits...besides that ,...

    "Max"has the same "Z" limits...besides that , can't see a thing wrong besides changing X.Y axis:)
  15. Thinking that Desktop is a very late 2014 model,...

    Thinking that Desktop is a very late 2014 model, as Gordon Fabbed us the first spindle interlock key in 2013, and it was about late 2014 that Ted decided it should be standard.
    Yours has spindle...
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    And then there's the old do it yourself methods(I...

    And then there's the old do it yourself methods(I haven't used but saved pics ) for 3 axis Zeroing, but you'd need to write a new Zeroing routine.
    These were mainly for Zeroing a fixture,but maybe...
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    Then you're good to go Mike:) I was nervous as...

    Then you're good to go Mike:)
    I was nervous as heck both the first And second time:)
    scott
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    FAST workers Bill! :) Thanks!

    FAST workers Bill! :)
    Thanks!
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    It's more time consuming with the changes of the...

    It's more time consuming with the changes of the bits, BUT less chance of a screwup too.
    That's the way I would do it.
    I'd definitely skim spoilboard first, and make Very sure the material is...
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    Yep, but I got a taste of Pacific Northwest when...

    Yep, but I got a taste of Pacific Northwest when I hitched the Trans-Can in "75 and wound up on Victoria,BC after a 10day single ride with Canadian family(4,000 miles in one hitch:)
    Spent 2 months...
  21. Thread: Spoil Board

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    Hey Ken, Maybe do as TJ is doing in this vid;...

    Hey Ken,
    Maybe do as TJ is doing in this vid;
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Nr89_jZacs

    And use Extira as a substrate, and then regular MDF as a raised cutting area?
    You could still use...
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    Just a brief email to let you know that we have...

    Just a brief email to let you know that we have one online training session scheduled for this week.

    LIVE Events for the Week - September 7th 2020 through September 11th, 2020

    BEGINNER'S...
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    Thanks Evan! :) I was inspired by Randall;...

    Thanks Evan! :)
    I was inspired by Randall;
    https://forum.vectric.com/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=35438&hilit=more+soapstone
    And when I opened the link in that thread, I saw a piece I liked and bought it....
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    September

    Finally got spoilboard repair done and registered...and shop was now cool enough to run DC:)
    (Summer was warmest on record, and 90+ days were 3 times normal...never mind the super muggy 89F days!)
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    In March I glued another piece of 3/4" MDF to the...

    In March I glued another piece of 3/4" MDF to the raised cutting area(for the third time in 6 yrs), and I always mill it down to about .3" so the BB Ply fences have a decent grip.
    This is my...
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