These will work..
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These will work..
I had mine done by a professional yesterday.
What font did you use for the welcome sign?
Nicely done! The rope trim looks so good I thought it was a rope clamp until I read James's post!
Good thing I have an eye appointment next month.. :o
Larger pictures would show the detail much better.
You be smilin' now! Very nice!
The last time he posted here was almost 8-1/2 years ago.
Do you keep it lubed? Depending on the environment it could be rusted solid. Remove the blade and shoot some WD40 on the tilt mechanism.
This is probably common knowledge among the seasoned CNC veterans but I just stumbled onto it. I bought this bit (Whiteside #1580 - 3/8 radius) several years ago for a special project I was doing...
I can see where a pressure foot would be very useful. I have not figured out how to adapt/mount one to my spindle setup. It would need to be easily removable to allow me to use a conventional dust...
That would've been a sight to see.
Thanks for the link.
Great score, it looks brand new.
It has nice figure. Did you mean Koa?
What type of battery does it use?
I truly miss being near the ocean. I grew up 1hr away from the Pacific. I would spend every free minute near the water when I was working in Kauai & Alaska.
My jimmy wet itself too!
Beautiful work Gene. We often see the CAD models, rarely see the finished project.
We don't need pics..
Hope you're feeling better soon!
I'm way jealous!
I don't know how much you use a router but for my money the Festool ETS 150/3 EQ is a more practical buy - smooth, strong, excellent dc, I love mine.
Interesting, I haven't seen that mod before. How do you like the pressure foot?
Ouch! Hope it stops hurting soon.
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