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    Maybe someone has seen this, but was interresting. Quite a carving set up.

    http://www.radarcarve.net/index.php?p=home

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    Yes it is!!
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    Has anyone ever seen the copycarver that you can make yourself. the plans are sold on the www.fishcarver.com web sight: http://www.fishcarver.com/wood_carving_duplicator.htm I built one many years ago.

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    A thought for LHR...

    Make a interconnecting cable setup that would allow one CW to scan while another simultanously carves a duplicate!!

    Or maybe I just need more sleep!!

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    Both of those are really cool, except you have to run them by hand, every thing stops when you walk away, unlike with the CW you can at least go take a brake and it keeps on working, sorta like the Eveready bunny...lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Malmstrom View Post
    Has anyone ever seen the copycarver that you can make yourself. the plans are sold on the www.fishcarver.com web sight: http://www.fishcarver.com/wood_carving_duplicator.htm I built one many years ago.

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    I was going to make one of those to build the dash panel that I wanted. But then I discovered the CarveWright and went that way.

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    The name seems a little deceiving. What is "radar" about it? I'm not saying that it isn't cool, just perhaps "hand operated rotating pantograph" might be more appropriate. Probably wouldn't get anyone to the web site though I suppose.
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    Maybe it has somthing to do with whats on one side is also on the other (a copy of the other) ra d ar radar spelled backwards is radar maybe not....

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    Based on that couldn't be named "racecar"? <-insert smiley

    BTW are the smileys ever going to work again?

    Quote Originally Posted by eromran View Post
    Maybe it has somthing to do with whats on one side is also on the other (a copy of the other) ra d ar radar spelled backwards is radar maybe not....
    Sometimes I'm just totally underwhelmed!
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