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  1. Thread: Z-Depth Trouble

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    My bet is that when you are flattening your...

    My bet is that when you are flattening your table, the vacuum does not have as much downforce on the open table as it does when it is covered with masonite. So the middle section is sitting higher...
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    Not sure if it helps, but this is my tidbit of...

    Not sure if it helps, but this is my tidbit of knowledge on a similar topic.

    We have an older 16bit software system at work, and one problem I have had is the 64 bit computers will not run it. ...
  3. Thread: Forum Jibberish

    by Red F
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    I believe that is where the computer doesn't...

    I believe that is where the computer doesn't recognize quotation marks or something like that. Like this "
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    DWG is autocad. If there is a drafting teacher...

    DWG is autocad. If there is a drafting teacher at your high school, they may have software that could open it. Otherwise see if he has it saved as a DXF. Aspire can import those.
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    More CFM is more better.

    More CFM is more better.
  6. Thread: Hole not round

    by Red F
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    I found when I was running my router with a climb...

    I found when I was running my router with a climb cut on small holes at high feed rate, my holes looked like yours. I had a little slop in the machine like bill.young just talked about and the climb...
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    I'm sorry that I am no help answering your...

    I'm sorry that I am no help answering your question, but I am curious about your vacuum setup. I'm trying to work out some vacuum workholding form my machine and I wonder, are each of your pods...
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    Just from what I remember looking at the one I...

    Just from what I remember looking at the one I used to own. I believe that if you run your table too far back, it bumps into that bolt and kicks the stepper motor out a tiny bit so that it doesn't...
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    Thank you for the clarification Eric. I...

    Thank you for the clarification Eric. I appreciate it.
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    Thank you Eric for the recording of the Webinar. ...

    Thank you Eric for the recording of the Webinar.

    I played with the calculator a little bit and one thing I am a little confused on is the relationship between depth of cut and chipload. It is...
  11. Thread: Table legs

    by Red F
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    Reminds me of this old thread. ...

    Reminds me of this old thread. http://www.talkshopbot.com/forum/showthread.php?24604-White-oak-table

    He was building 4 sides for each leg and mitering them together
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    One possibility is that your bit isn't truly 120...

    One possibility is that your bit isn't truly 120 degrees or 90 degrees. That would cause over-cutting in the corners like you see on the body of the "I". You can test out cutting some sample...
  13. Thread: 4x8 prt standard

    by Red F
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    I'm guessing it is in Cookeville TN

    I'm guessing it is in Cookeville TN
  14. Thread: Is CNC cheating?

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    I know I'm kind of a smart ass, but I named my...

    I know I'm kind of a smart ass, but I named my router "Hand". Got around that "hand made" problem.
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    Eric, that model is great and I'm digging that...

    Eric, that model is great and I'm digging that table you have the model on. We are setting up a new to us non-blue CNC at work and I need to build an off-load table for it. I think I'll try to do...
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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...
  18. 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, I’m trying to picture how a dial indicator...

    Brady, I’m 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.
  25. Thread: IBILD.com

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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.
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