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    What a great idea. I will send you a message...

    What a great idea. I will send you a message today and get directions!
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    I too have run into both of these issues over the...

    I too have run into both of these issues over the years. As to the double carve, I believe that static electricity is the cause. My machine is now triple grounded. Additionally, I try not to handle...
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    yup! At least you have someething to put damp...

    yup! At least you have someething to put damp drinks on in your den.
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    I use The Ring Neck dust system and I really do...

    I use The Ring Neck dust system and I really do not see a big issue with pi
    cking up more dust by blowing it around. I have the exhaust ducted to a tube that goes out my garage door. This is not...
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    Well, this has been quite a saga. It was in fact...

    Well, this has been quite a saga. It was in fact static electricity. It took me quite a while ro track down the cukprit. All of the axis were working correctly. No traction issues or slippimg.

    The...
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    I use tape on the back for the brass roller. That...

    I use tape on the back for the brass roller. That function seems to go ok. As I indicated, I do use the Ring Neck system. The PVC dust does build up a little more than with wood but does not appear...
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    Static Electricity?

    Static Electricity?



    Iím Carving a two sided outdoor sign in 5/4Ē AZEK(PVC). Each time I run a side some of the carving is messed up. The XYZ axis isall working correctly. Iím convinced that...
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    I almost never use oil based finishes. I prefer...

    I almost never use oil based finishes. I prefer water-white Clear), water based varnishs in mat or semi gloss.

    I do not use high gloss because I do not have the necessart spray booth to keep trash...
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    Foirgot to add: A good source for air brush stuff...

    Foirgot to add: A good source for air brush stuff is a company called BearAir. Steve is the manager a a very useful soul. Their prices are good and they are reliable. Michael's has started to cary...
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    Why does it seem that there is never an easy...

    Why does it seem that there is never an easy answer on the CW Blog!

    I use two Paasche air brushes. I have a dual action unit ("VL") that does good detail work. It needs about 20 PSI and will only...
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    by Bill Pratt
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    How Much?

    Well, you've priced me out of the market. I do not mind spending some money for a project the ultimately benefits you guys, however when it is priced at about 30% of the cost of a new machine (LOL)...
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    Removing The "Center Command"

    I worked on a fairly complicater design and used the "center both" command so trhat I could use it as a reference for some of the design elements. Now I wish to use it in a larger scheme and have...
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