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    Dennis, Several years ago (on my first cnc...

    Dennis,
    Several years ago (on my first cnc router build) I made the mistake of installing threaded inserts into the top of my 3/4" MDF spoilboard/top. I discovered that with the clamps I was using...
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    Hi Ronald, I don't believe that it is generally...

    Hi Ronald,
    I don't believe that it is generally accepted that Rhino 3D is the best choice for 3D work (for woodworking). Although I have never used it - I'm sure it is great, but there are many...
  3. Hi Brian, Please post some pictures of your...

    Hi Brian,
    Please post some pictures of your finished flag case. I would love to see it!
    Thanks,
    David
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    It looks like Fusion 360 will now be free to...

    It looks like Fusion 360 will now be free to students for 3 years, free for "hobbyists" for 1 year, and after that the subscription price will be $60 per month (for pay by month), or $495 per year...
  5. I had the same question. I don't get the 45...

    I had the same question. I don't get the 45 degrees.
    David
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    Or maybe get into some metal working projects to...

    Or maybe get into some metal working projects to augment your woodworking skills.
    David
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    For those not familiar with adaptive clearing: ...

    For those not familiar with adaptive clearing:

    "Adaptive Clearing is a roughing strategy available for clearing large quantities of material effectively. It is unique in that it guarantees a...
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    I agree with Edwin. My first thought was that you...

    I agree with Edwin. My first thought was that you do not have the rear thrust bearing (or bearings) adjusted for the narrower blade width.
    David
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    Hi Tony, My take on it is that "organic 3D work"...

    Hi Tony,
    My take on it is that "organic 3D work" might be something like this.

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    Where as "mechanical work" might look more like this.

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    So a 3D sculpture vs. a flat mechanical...
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    Hi Ronald, I would assume that he is doing his...

    Hi Ronald,
    I would assume that he is doing his CAD work (2D or 3D) in Rhino, then exporting in one of the import file formats compatible with VCarve Pro to do his CAM work (create tool paths, etc.)....
  11. Charles, Thanks for sharing this. I had never...

    Charles,
    Thanks for sharing this. I had never heard of "Mr. Sawdust" - but after visiting the website and sampling the book, perhaps I will place an order. This is great stuff!
    David
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  12. It looks like some sort of shear to me. Like a...

    It looks like some sort of shear to me. Like a rebar cutter, but with a much thinner blade.
    David
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    If only he could find a nice used Bridgeport for...

    If only he could find a nice used Bridgeport for anywhere close to that price.
    David
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    Nice Job Brian!! What finish did you use? David

    Nice Job Brian!! What finish did you use?
    David
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    Small fixture plate on a cnc router. 419592

    Small fixture plate on a cnc router.

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    I like it!! David 419591

    I like it!!
    David

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  17. I vote for #4: 90 degree crossing 36 inch top. I...

    I vote for #4: 90 degree crossing 36 inch top. I think it looks better with more of an overhang.
    David
    https://sawmillcreek.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=419589&d=1573793169
  18. For that kind of money I would just buy one of...

    For that kind of money I would just buy one of these (See Photo and Link Below). I own 3 of them, they are top-quality Taiwan built, and would be prefect for knives and such.

    The Jeremy Schmitd...
  19. When you say "cnc or water jet cut" - are we...

    When you say "cnc or water jet cut" - are we talking about wood parts or metal? I had assumed you were using wood for the handles. I'm not sure if having a bigger bandsaw will help you shape the form...
  20. I agree with Peter and Lisa! That is a toggle...

    I agree with Peter and Lisa! That is a toggle clamp that mounts to the T-slot on the top of the fence shown in the second picture.
    David
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    Unless one of your other belts was defective or...

    Unless one of your other belts was defective or grossly out of balance, I doubt that was your problem. Does the motor have rubber mounts or is it rigidly mounted to the mounting plate? I'm guessing...
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    AutoDesk does have a RichAuto post processor...

    AutoDesk does have a RichAuto post processor available for Fusion 360 which has apparently been tested by some of the Axiom owners who have reported back that it does work fine. This is the RS274...
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    Just a note: When using Fusion 360 - Design and...

    Just a note: When using Fusion 360 - Design and Toolpaths are also done in the same software. Fusion 360 does the design, the CAM (toolpaths/simulation), and the post processing - creating gcode...
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    I agree that the learning curve for Fusion 360 is...

    I agree that the learning curve for Fusion 360 is a little steeper than that for VCPro - but it's really not all that bad. For a guy on a tight budget with more time than money, then Fusion 360 may...
  25. Thanks Bob!

    Thanks Bob!
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