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    A 3" spoilboard cutter, like you said.

    A 3" spoilboard cutter, like you said.
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    Well, these are what determine the feedrate. ...

    Well, these are what determine the feedrate.

    With a tool like that, finish quality will mostly be determined by how sharp the tool is. With new inserts, it will cut clean. When they get dull, the...
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    That's definitely a mechanical issue. I recently...

    That's definitely a mechanical issue.
    I recently used that same Amana bit (RC-1104?) to make some large maple raised panels on our Morbidelli, and all the cuts were glass smooth.
  4. You can get 20% more airflow from your HF...

    You can get 20% more airflow from your HF collector by changing the impeller.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NOZTlwHe3A

    https://www.toolcenter.com/60-200-22.html
  5. There is a speed control for a router that can be...

    There is a speed control for a router that can be controlled through software, and it works very well. (I use one)
    http://www.vhipe.com/product-private/SuperPID-home.htm

    However, there are a...
  6. iPhones have a switch on the side to turn the...

    iPhones have a switch on the side to turn the sound on/off. At least my wife's 8 plus does.
  7. My new Capital One card has the chip on the...

    My new Capital One card has the chip on the opposite side, so it's always upside down now.
  8. It will likely warp a lot. Unless the humidity...

    It will likely warp a lot.

    Unless the humidity and temperature is near constant year round, and everything is acclimated before fabrication.

    Laminate both sides, and you shouldn't have any...
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    Sure you can. I'm cutting at 1200ipm on a...

    Sure you can. I'm cutting at 1200ipm on a ballscrew machine. And it has a 14' long ballscrew.





    As Mick pointed out below, I was comparing it to machines costing between $100K and $250K.
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    The machine will only be as accurate as the...

    The machine will only be as accurate as the leadscrews or gear racks, but even average quality ones should get you within .01" over 4 feet.

    It's hard to build a machine less accurate than that.
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    And if the machine has a boring head, they...

    And if the machine has a boring head, they probably already have one, as 20mm is a common size for some Euro hardware. On our Morbidelli, a boring bit will always give you a much better hole.
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    Red Barchetta has always been a favorite.

    Red Barchetta has always been a favorite.
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    A 20mm boring bit is the best way to do it, if...

    A 20mm boring bit is the best way to do it, if you need 20mm holes.
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    The best way to get REALLY good at CAD is by...

    The best way to get REALLY good at CAD is by watching someone. You'll learn tips and techniques that you'd never find in a book, or manual.
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    If I received the .dxf, I'd redraw it to make...

    If I received the .dxf, I'd redraw it to make sure it's right, as 20 years have taught me not to trust other people's CAD work.
    And even if it only took 5 minutes (Which is all it would likely...
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    I saw them at Cobo as well, but Moving Pictures...

    I saw them at Cobo as well, but Moving Pictures tour. That's the only Rush CD I own.
  17. While I've never used it, I would expect the...

    While I've never used it, I would expect the Europly to be very good. The problem with the cheap Purebond is due to the low quality core.

    The Europly appears to be Baltic Birch core with hardwood...
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    Because of the tariffs??

    Because of the tariffs??
  19. If it popped up on your desktop, you have a virus...

    If it popped up on your desktop, you have a virus or adware running on your computer.
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    Looks nice, but I think it's too high. You won't...

    Looks nice, but I think it's too high. You won't get a saw that nice for $500, but it's not worth $900 either, imo. I'd offer $700, and wouldn't go over $750.
    Fwiw, I paid $1500 sometime around...
  21. Try a little Utility called X-Mouse. You can set...

    Try a little Utility called X-Mouse.
    You can set it up so that if you press a certain key and right click, it'll open your Snipping tool. Say ALT + Right Click, or maybe S+Right Click?
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    It better be really nice for $900.

    It better be really nice for $900.
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    That looks like a DIY machine. Old machines can...

    That looks like a DIY machine.
    Old machines can be a very good value, but they can also be a LOT of trouble.

    Beware of people selling old DIY machines, as they often are way overpriced, and...
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    I don't consider these to be affordable, unless...

    I don't consider these to be affordable, unless the shop is making upwards of $5 million a year. We've been shopping for a replacement for our 11 year old Mobidelli, and a comparable new machine is...
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    Anyone purchasing a CNC thinking they can start...

    Anyone purchasing a CNC thinking they can start making money with it is sadly mistaken.
    The exception would be if you already had an established product, and the CNC would allow you to make it...
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