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    Transfer Ownership

    Any way to transfer ownership over weekend.
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    CarveWright "C" 134 hours - SOLD

    I mentioned this machine in an earlier posting for my rotary jig, but I thought a seperate posting might be better. As stated, it has 134 hours on cut motor, new traction belts and an extra set. The...
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    Yes, it is transferable. You can go to Lowes web...

    Yes, it is transferable. You can go to Lowes web page and find out about their extended protection plans. There is no limit on the machine time. Only calendar time. The plan expire March 2016. I want...
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    Ok, I wnat $1200.00 for the Carvewright C. I...

    Ok, I wnat $1200.00 for the Carvewright C. I don't think that is too high since there is almost 3 years left on the Lowes protection plan. The cover has been cut out for dust collection, and there is...
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    Thanks Al Tulsa Oklahoma area. NE Oklahoma

    Thanks Al

    Tulsa Oklahoma area. NE Oklahoma
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    Baker Rotary Jig for sale, and Carvewright C with extended protection plan

    I am getting my Carvwright C ready to sell with the rotary jig and a HF dust collector. I will sell the jig for $125.00 which includes 5 dowels from Bayer Wood Products. The Carvewright is 2 years...
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    My resave 1.187 63424

    My resave 1.187


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  8. I would think that would be totally doable if you...

    I would think that would be totally doable if you can get your object centered in the jig. Only limit is the size of the jig. Or could you scan one side and mirror that for the other side, then add...
  9. I also turn pens, and I use the rotary jig. Have...

    I also turn pens, and I use the rotary jig. Have not combined those two yet but have been thinking about it. Instead of using the pins on each end of the spindle. One might use a long single rod with...
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    Baker Rotary Jig Hardware

    I have lost my threaded hex pins for the Baker Rotary Jig. Can someone remind me what length they need to be so I can replace them.

    Thanks
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    Have you tried a system restore, choosing a date...

    Have you tried a system restore, choosing a date you know the software was working.
  12. You might start here. ...

    You might start here.

    http://www.cncmilitaryemblems.com/index.html
  13. Military Pattens and a free "Fallen Soldier Memorial" model.

    I apologize if this has been posted before, but I found this on the vectric forum.

    http://www.cncmilitaryemblems.com

    They specialize in military 3d models and have a very nice and detailed...
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    What about doing it in 4 cuts instead of 2. I'm...

    What about doing it in 4 cuts instead of 2. I'm not sure about 3/4 inch. You would need a pretty fine cutter.
  15. For most of these places, a crafters license is...

    For most of these places, a crafters license is different than a commercial license. Be sure and specify, and you get them right from the school.
  16. Oklahoma State University charges $100.00 a year...

    Oklahoma State University charges $100.00 a year for a crafters liscence. It allows you to sell up to 500 units or total of $2500.00. Maybe Kansas has something like that.

    Morton
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    What a bunch of great ideas. I really need to...

    What a bunch of great ideas. I really need to make my tools more mobile. One half of a garage can get really crowded. I put my lathe on a mobile stand. My table saw and planer are on stands with no...
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    mobile service cart

    Has anyone tried to put their CW on a service/utility cart to make it mobile? How did it work?
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    Yes, I sometimes use 1/8" cuts on harder woods.

    Yes, I sometimes use 1/8" cuts on harder woods.
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    Most of the project designer tutorial links don't...

    Most of the project designer tutorial links don't work.
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    Thas's too much work. I like to sit back and...

    Thas's too much work. I like to sit back and watch the cnc run.
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    I guess I will have to get a 3/16 bit and give it...

    I guess I will have to get a 3/16 bit and give it a try.
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    That is to bad. With the tapered 1/8th ball nose...

    That is to bad. With the tapered 1/8th ball nose bits available, it would be a great day for CarveWright to carve a nice dtailed carving in half the time as. Maybe some day. Then you could get twice...
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    I would like to ask this question again. How does...

    I would like to ask this question again. How does the CarveWright carve faster with the 1/8 bit compared to the 1/16 bit when the estimated carve time is the same? I really would like to start using...
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    1/8 carving speed

    On the store page it says the 1/8 carving bit can be used for faster carves in softer material but the estimated carving time is basicallly the same as the 1/16 bit. I have the most up to date...
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