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  1. Thread: Acrylic

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    Very interesting, thank you fwharris! Now I have...

    Very interesting, thank you fwharris!
    Now I have a solution to a problem I didn't even know I had.
    I might have to dream up a problem so I can try one of those.
  2. Thread: Acrylic

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    I'm not familiar with a drag bit, but drag knives...

    I'm not familiar with a drag bit, but drag knives are used for vinyl cutting in non-carewright applications.

    I've not cut much acrylic in my Carvewright, but for other machines if given a choice...
  3. Thread: Small Font Bit

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    I assume you're talking Centerline type text. I...

    I assume you're talking Centerline type text.
    I like the 60 degree V bit the best, but I think more important than the bit is the wood selection when you start getting real small.
    Tight grained...
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    Or maybe zoom in that area on your pattern or try...

    Or maybe zoom in that area on your pattern or try "Toggle Non-endpoint".
    You may have inadvertently left a stray node in your design.
  5. Thread: Query Select

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    Thank you Bergerud! All these years and I've...

    Thank you Bergerud!

    All these years and I've never figured out what that was for, but I never tried real hard either I just select from the carving list too, but it could come in handy.
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    "Toggle Non-endpoints" or Ctrl+E might help you...

    "Toggle Non-endpoints" or Ctrl+E might help you find the opening in the loop that Mugsowner mentioned.
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    LMAO.................. Those are great!

    LMAO.................. Those are great!
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    This is hilarious! I hope there is a video, or...

    This is hilarious!

    I hope there is a video, or at the very least a GIF that comes out of this........LOL
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    Should be everything you're looking for at the...

    Should be everything you're looking for at the bottom of this page.

    http://support.carvewright.com/getting-started/
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    I've had nothing but good experiences with the...

    I've had nothing but good experiences with the LHR team myself.

    I agree, I think they've earned a thank you.
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    Now that I think about it, wasn't there and old...

    Now that I think about it, wasn't there and old Tips and Tricks issue with a laminated wood project or something?

    Or was it forum posts that I've seen..................
    I dunno, either way it's a...
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    Welcome aboard! Nice job on your first project....

    Welcome aboard!
    Nice job on your first project.

    I've routed a lot of glued up wood and plywood.
    Glue does decrease tool life some I suppose, but so does using them. The way I look at it, cutting...
  13. Thread: Return

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    Al is offering up some great and helpful...

    Al is offering up some great and helpful information.

    I'll add a little to it too .
    CNC equipment is different than a 1950s table saw, it requires a lot more from the owner, and it's easy to make...
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    Thanks. It'll be a slow process for me to Learn...

    Thanks.
    It'll be a slow process for me to Learn it, I don't have much time available. Just a few minutes here and there, but I'll get it little by little, maybe............
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    Nicely done!

    Nicely done!
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    Lol..... OK I'm old enough too. I broke down...

    Lol.....
    OK I'm old enough too.

    I broke down and downloaded Blender again last night.
    It's come a long way in 5-7 years or whatever it's been since the last time I messed with it.
    Not that I...
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    Depending on your finished product, you might be...

    Depending on your finished product, you might be able to do it in layers.
    Your top layer at.25 or.125 thick cut the letters out by outlining them, then glue/laminate the cutout layer onto the back...
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    Set up right you don't suck up much dust. In a...

    Set up right you don't suck up much dust.
    In a typical vac hold down system you either plug the unused ports or some have a little valve that pops up unless there is a piece of wood on them, which...
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    Sometimes with solvent based coatings you can get...

    Sometimes with solvent based coatings you can get micro blisters, they appear similar to orange peel, or can leave the surface like sandpaper or sometimes people mistakenly assume it's dust...
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    I plan to use press to connect, or press-loc...

    I plan to use press to connect, or press-loc style fittings if I build one.
    I use them at work for building vacuum fixtures and for vac circuits all the time and they work really well.
    Here is an...
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    The changeable soil board type insert setup was...

    The changeable soil board type insert setup was all I could think of too.
    Digitalwoodshop I like your idea for creating the vac chamber.
    I was thinking on machining a vac plate style grid that a...
  22. Thread: Text Question

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    I think you have to adjust your spacing between...

    I think you have to adjust your spacing between lines on the right side of the text tool pane 3rd box down, or make each line a seperate text entry.
    Double spacing doesn't work for some reason, even...
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    Simple fixes are always good news. Glad it's...

    Simple fixes are always good news.

    Glad it's back up and running, thanks for the update.
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    Anybody try a Vacuum hold down sled?

    I'm sure it's a long shot, but have any of you tried or are currently using a vacuum hold down sled?

    I have a Gast 3/4 hp 8 cfm vac pump that I've used for various other shop shenanigans and I...
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    I'd give Tech support a call on Monday, I don't...

    I'd give Tech support a call on Monday, I don't know how to interpret those test results, but................

    It seems like it could be possibly a few things, the brushes, the switch on the cover,...
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