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Thread: Aspire camp 2018 at mcgrews

  1. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Outten View Post
    Jim definately owns a LARGE WOODSHOP, with plenty of room for the classes on the schedule and large open areas for small to large group discussions and vendor demonstrations. There are pictures of his events and his shop in our archives if you search the CNC Forum.

    Jim, I hope you are going to invite Don Mayhew again this year. His demos were very popular.
    If you mean Trotec, yes they have told Us they are coming
    Last edited by Keith Outten; 03-23-2018 at 2:13 PM. Reason: SP

  2. #32
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    I talked to Don Mayhew a couple weeks ago and he told me you had contacted him about participating. Don is a great guy, a straight shooter and a valuable source of information, not your everyday sales rep. The last time I was at your shop Jim we had a sizable group of people brainstorming a technique looking for a way to enhance CNC Lithophanes by finishing them with a laser engraver. A representative from Vectric got involved as well so the conversation was full of heavy hitters from both industries. It was a great experience and I hope that we can do it again this year.

  3. #33
    LAtecomers are registering, we have a few and I mean a few seats left !

  4. #34
    Camp starts in 9 days and i had 5 call in to register today, please preregister....


    Remember there are cash prizes for peoples choice show an tell this year

  5. #35
    Temps in the mid 70s , when we scedule we look for three things,

    One) do not compete with Mothers day,

    Two) do not compete with the Masters Golf tournament

    Three not too cold not to hot,,

    It is a great time to be in Couth Carolina

    Looking forward to my new friends and a lot of Old ones !!


  6. #36
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    The drive south tomorrow is going to be a wet one, but I'm liking that forecast you provide for camp time!
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    The most expensive tool is the one you buy "cheaply" and often...

  7. #37
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    And....it's started. Really worthy event and the work on display is incredible and inspiring

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    The most expensive tool is the one you buy "cheaply" and often...

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