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  1. #21
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    I leave Poplar cutting to the Beavers
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    It was a mistake to buy it for what i do. After it is gone i will never guy it again.

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    Maybe the new "Moulding Toolpath" that just came out would be good for you?
    http://support.vectric.com/tutorials...ath_25DTP.html
    Scott Plaisted
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    Yep, it's a major tool in my shop. Most letters are shaped with a bradpoint bit.

    I wrote a post on the topic, "The humble little bradpoint" My favorites come from Woodline Tools.

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    Love using the brad point bits for lettering. Sure makes a neat looking sign. Letters and border all initially scribed with with brad point then cut out. Russ



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    Hey train guy i sent you a private message about flat masters, did you receive it.

    And i will try that bit.

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    No, but I just did reply, sorry. I never seem to notice that 'notification' thingy! Russ
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    yeah i got it, you may have saved me a bunch of money, thanks

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