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    Surviving the "TP Rush"

    Got a little time in the shop the last couple of days. Someone on another forum I follow posted the(CNC) .crv file for this, but my old version of
    Aspire wouldn't open it.

    So I made my own...

    Ended up with a 5/8" poplar board, 60 degree v-bit (lines and text), 1/8" end mill (holes and pockets), and 1/4" (profile cut).

    About 13" X 15".

    TP Board.jpg
    Funny, I don't remember being absent minded...

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    I love it, Ken. Can you pls post the .crv file?
    Grant
    Ottawa ON

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    So instead of Cribbage it's, um, cra...age? Seriously, nice job!
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    The most expensive tool is the one you buy "cheaply" and often...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Becker View Post
    So instead of Cribbage it's, um, cra...age? Seriously, nice job!
    Alright, that was a coffee spewer....
    --Certainty is the refuge of a small mind--

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    That's funny, Keith!
    Please help support the Creek.

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    Let's cut the crap here. Please please please share your paper (file) with us.

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    Just a reminder, you can upload zip files up to 2 megabytes here.

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    OK, not a problem, but I need someone to tell me how to go about doing the upload.

    My first try was to copy and paste.. didn't work. Now I'm out of ideas. Thought I would be able to copy the .crv file out of my Aspire folder, but obviously, I'm lacking in much tech savvy...

    Be patient, and simple instructions please...
    Funny, I don't remember being absent minded...

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    Did this work? Aspire File.
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    Funny, I don't remember being absent minded...

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    Keith,
    Your zip file upload worked. Thanks!
    David

    TP Rush.jpg

    I added the dxf file for those who don't use Aspire.
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    Last edited by David Buchhauser; 03-29-2020 at 1:25 AM.

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    This will be fun to cut....thanks!
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