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    I have a Ringneck Blues collector. Call 907 598 3332 or email pqkenai@gmail.com

    I have a Ringneck Blues collector. Call 907 598 3332 or email pqkenai@gmail.com
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    Ring neck blues dust hood, router bits

    Dust collector hood. As new. With clip-on adaptor for 2” hose. New, it costs $65. I will take $50, shipping paid.

    * New Carvewright 1/16” cutting bit with ˝” shank adaptor. $40 with shipping from...
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    New fleshaft and bits for sale

    NOTE THE REVISED PHONE NUMBER.

    All these parts have never been used except for one bit with only minor use.

    * Scanning probe, hardware only. $40 obo.

    * Flex-shaft. You can get many parts...
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    Ring neck blues dust collector for sale

    No damage. I have added a couple of easy-on, easy-off “clips” which can be used to anchor the dust collector to it. $50 plus postage from Alaska. You can also contact me on 907 598 3332.
  5. Thread: Bits for sale

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    Bits for sale

    New Carvewright 1/16” carving bit, $40 new, now $35.
    New Carvewright 1/8” cutting bit, $40 new, now $35.
    New Armana #46282 1/16” carving bit, Zirconium Nitride (ZrN) Coated, $21.50 new, now $18...
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    New flex shaft for sale

    I guess that says it all! $70 plus shipping BUT you won’t have to pay the $25 that Carvewright charges! Call or text me on 907 598 3332 if you want.
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    SOLD: Carvewright model c for sale

    10 months old, Serial No. CN.508.972. Software version 1.187. Maintained every 25 hours & always operated with a Ring-Neck Blues dust collector attached to a Delta dust extractor. Has rubber belts &...
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    I now have a slew of new problems, which have all...

    I now have a slew of new problems, which have all cropped up in the past week:

    * On one job, it started shallower than I set it to carve, then got deeper as it progressed.
    * On another job, it...
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    OK, I'm back! I have rubber belts. The encoder...

    OK, I'm back! I have rubber belts. The encoder cover was clean inside. Haven't checked backlash, but only 175 hours on the machine. The brass roller almost touches the belt when a board is loaded. It...
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    Well, there's plenty to try there! I'll get back...

    Well, there's plenty to try there! I'll get back to you. Thanks.
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    Intermittent problems

    Anyone got any ideas on the causes of the following?:
    [1] Halfway through a project, the head comes to a halt, always raised,with the bit still spinning. Once, pushing stop & enter got it going...
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    Improve board feeding

    I have found that the two guide plates that the board moves between are too low, & the board sometimes rides over them. Here is an easy fix: for the non-moveable one, grasp each end with a pair of...
  13. Thread: bit widths

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    bit widths

    What is the widest straight bit I can rout with, going to a depth of about 1/4"? I want to create a border round a sign and later hand-rout the material between the border & the letters. I want to...
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    Using natural-edged board

    I mainly do signs, with a lot of natural-edge board, so I need a sled, for the tracking roller to read. All I need, though, is a flat piece of timber.

    I mount the board on the left-hand, nearest...
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    So, just to be clear, so I don't blow up my...

    So, just to be clear, so I don't blow up my machine, I can use a 3/16" carving bit on same material that the 1/16" will do [spruce, in my case].
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    I've been experimenting since I asked the...

    I've been experimenting since I asked the question, & the general rule seems to be: 90 degree not much use. The issue for me is to get enough depth so that when I spray-paint & sand, there is enough...
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    Fonts for V-bits

    Anyone got a list of what fonts suit each of the 90-degree & 60-degree v-bits?
  18. Thread: Card misreads?

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    Card misreads?

    I am getting various apparently unrelated errors. Today, I carved a small test project, then added to it, saved & uploaded it, leaving a blank the previous carvings were, but the machine recarved the...
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    Got it. Thanks.

    Got it. Thanks.
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    This is all good stuff. Next, when would I use a...

    This is all good stuff. Next, when would I use a 90 degree bit & when a 60 degree? What are the pros & cons of each?
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    Thanks, guys, I will have to get one. Next...

    Thanks, guys, I will have to get one. Next question: I tried using my 1/4" & 1/2" bullnose bits for centreline carving, & both of them barely touched the surface but would not allow me to set the...
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    1/8" vs 1/16" carving bits

    What are the pros & cons of using a 1/8" carving bit instead of the 1/16"? Is it faster, or does the machine just slow down to compensate for the wider cut path? Does it leave more jaggedness? I am...
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    I am using a Shop Vac, but found that the filter...

    I am using a Shop Vac, but found that the filter needed cleaning after every job. So, I cut a hole in the shop wall, put the Shop Vac outside [under a shelter], removed the filter & let it blow the...
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    I have some photos.696896968869687
    The middle one shows the result I am getting. Instead of just doing the inner & outer outlines of the letter, I want the area in between them to be cut out as...
  25. Removing more wood from letters with Centerline

    I can't get Centerline to remove everything within a letter. For example, if I set it to do an "O", it will do one thin-walled O inside another bigger thin-walled one, instead of one thick-walled O;...
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