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naamanf

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  • Birthday 02/26/1975

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    Oz
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    Building stuff. Long walks off short piers.
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    Couple cables here and there. And a speaker or two.

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  1. If it models right but it’s going somewhere else something isn’t set right. It’s a dumb machine and does what it’s told.
  2. Check where you have the origin set in V-Carve and where you have it set on the machine.
  3. Saying that part of the G-code cut right then it went somewhere is shouldn’t have?
  4. I think I mentioned to use cheap bits for a while. If it was a 1/4” shaft I assume you bent it? Then again your steppers might not have the power.
  5. Once you get good you can walk away and hope nothing blows up.
  6. Try seating them better? Sometimes it takes a bit of force to get them that last little bit to fully seat.
  7. Make sure it’s fully seated. Or pull it out and verify it was cut properly.
  8. I’m guessing the routers are louder because they are a brushed motor. Spindles are really quite.
  9. All you saw was ebony dildos in mine. What the fuck?
  10. Check out Mark Lindsay’s YouTube channel. It will tech you everything you need to know. He is a little slow which is good at first but gets annoying once you know what’s going on and just want the meat. If you have any questions shoot me a message, I’m pretty good at it meow.
  11. Which ever one you get make sure that you are not tied into their software. One that has a post processor available for VCarve/Fusion/Solidworks.
  12. Both is the correct answer. The CNC will be limited in size but there is still a ton you can do and more importantly learn. When you finally get around to moving somewhere you can have a proper shop you will already know what you are doing on a larger machine.
  13. Those look amazing! Love the pocket doors. What hardware did you use?
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