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    The picture is a bit fuzzy for me to see it...

    The picture is a bit fuzzy for me to see it good.. The most common place that the cable will break is right at the black support bracket and most times it is hard to see with out magnification or...
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    Look at the ffc ribbon cable, it could be...

    Look at the ffc ribbon cable, it could be torn/cracked. This was similar to the Z stalls I was getting and got the recommendation to get the a907 upgrade.
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    It should be a lot longer than that, but! Call...

    It should be a lot longer than that, but! Call CarveWright.
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    Great catch and only reinforces the need to watch...

    Great catch and only reinforces the need to watch and pay attention to what is happening during the start up routine.
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    Yes way to much done to let it go. As Dale and I...

    Yes way to much done to let it go. As Dale and I have instructed. Modify your design by drawing a rectangle over the area that has been carved. Leave the rectangle just short of where it stopped....
  6. I did the "try" feature but was only able to open...

    I did the "try" feature but was only able to open the pdf file. Have you tried to upload it to the card? If that does not work you should contact CarveWright.
  7. Do you have a link to the project? I've seen that...

    Do you have a link to the project? I've seen that warning before on a few projects that I have posted for others but they reported no issues when trying to use it.
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    No, the bit is bigger and will take more on each...

    No, the bit is bigger and will take more on each pass meaning less passes. Maybe should have said shorter.
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    Good choice if there no to little detail. Also,...

    Good choice if there no to little detail. Also, your carve time will be a lot faster
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    Glad to hear the cache size tip helped. Yes, not...

    Glad to hear the cache size tip helped. Yes, not all dxf files need to have closed vectors. It all depends on the design. Pay close attention when you select the close vector tool. I have missed...
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    Either! It all depends on how much detail there...

    Either! It all depends on how much detail there is in the design. If a lot of detail and you use the 3/16th the detail will not be carved as well.
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    As Dale said, draw a rectangle to cover the...

    As Dale said, draw a rectangle to cover the majority (95%) of what has been carved. Make the rectangle a carve region and then set the depth to zero 0 . Reload to the card and start it on the...
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    I deleted your other 2 posts on this subject....

    I deleted your other 2 posts on this subject. Please refrain from asking the same question multiple times.

    When setting your paths do one circle at a time. Zoom in real close to view what the...
  14. You have a stuck compression roller. Do as Dale...

    You have a stuck compression roller. Do as Dale said, do a compression roller sensor check.
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    They look great and glad you two are getting...

    They look great and glad you two are getting along now. There are several people who do use the CarveWright to make guitars and violins. Have seen the one in the CarveWright adds/intro on their web...
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    Like most everything else, make it smaller and...

    Like most everything else, make it smaller and bump the price up.
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    It measured the thickness different than what you...

    It measured the thickness different than what you had it set at in the board settings in Designer. Was your board on a sled/jig?
  18. Thanks for the update.

    Thanks for the update.
  19. Glad to hear that was your problem. Did the...

    Glad to hear that was your problem. Did the people at CarveWright say what the issue might was with the other card?

    Happy Carving!
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    The DXF imported with out any issues for me. I...

    The DXF imported with out any issues for me. I tried the make vector group and all I got was the error message of "members of a vector group must be closed or not intersect" It did not crash...
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    Yes people have carved graphite for making...

    Yes people have carved graphite for making molding forms. It is very messy so dust collection is a must.
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    Sticky: Welcome to the forum. Your skipped carving is...

    Welcome to the forum. Your skipped carving is probably a tracking issue.

    http://support.carvewright.com/troubleshooting-board-tracking-errors/
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    Just approved you.

    Just approved you.
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    Are you a FaceBook user and a member of the...

    Are you a FaceBook user and a member of the Carvaholics page? https://www.facebook.com/groups/1041312339227740/
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    That might be the bearings not seated properly in...

    That might be the bearings not seated properly in the housing. I would contact CarveWright on Monday to let them know. Any possibility of doing a short video?
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