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    sent you a pm

    sent you a pm
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    Oscar you do some great work, however this one...

    Oscar you do some great work, however this one seems to be missing something. The deer looks to be running in air. The sharp edge on the bottom of the mountain does not look natural to me. Not to be...
  3. Thread: Happy 4th

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    Happy 4th

    Getting ready to head out of town and thought I would take a moment to wish everyone a happy 4th. Keep all your components where they belong, and try not to burn to much down. Enjoy
  4. Thread: Please Help

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    Schedule 40 pipe is a standard. Most times you...

    Schedule 40 pipe is a standard. Most times you will see the standard print on the pipe. Thinner pipe will not carry these markings. Schedule 80 is much thicker.
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    Again nice work Oscar

    Again nice work Oscar
  6. Thread: Back Again

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    Welcome back

    Welcome back
  7. Thread: ER20 spindle

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    The ER 20 spindle may be a bit hard to come by....

    The ER 20 spindle may be a bit hard to come by. Most that I have read about seem the be to big for this machine. However there was a ER11 chuck that was made for these machines. I can not find...
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    The Q C chuck has removable bits. There are two...

    The Q C chuck has removable bits. There are two set screws that hold them in. They use Loctite to keep them tight. The bits can found on EBay, but do not have the flat on them. The flat can be ground...
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    I would check the brushes in the motor, just to...

    I would check the brushes in the motor, just to make sure they did not cause the error message. Make sure they are long enough and slide freely, also look at the springs for damage. I had a broken...
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    Welcome, the quick change chuck is no longer...

    Welcome, the quick change chuck is no longer supported by Carvewright. However there are many places to still get parts for the chuck and bits. I have a bunch that I have purchased over the years....
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    Sticky: Cute bunny Oscar, and wishing everyone a happy...

    Cute bunny Oscar, and wishing everyone a happy Easter
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    Birds have to build nests to rear their young....

    Birds have to build nests to rear their young. Birds construct nests in areas they think are safe. Now you have a fairly smart bird there. The good news is, the young hatch and learn to fly and all...
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    There are a couple traps that can be built for...

    There are a couple traps that can be built for starlings. Now is the time to use them as they are nesting traps. You can pm me and we can look at this further, I do not want to steal Oscar's post.
  14. Thread: -Animals

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    Sticky: That was my thought when I started caving hive...

    That was my thought when I started caving hive panels. Not sure about other states else, but here the hive has to have the name and phone number of the apiary on them.
  15. Thread: -Animals

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    Sticky: Looks awesome Oscar, I think I may know an apiary...

    Looks awesome Oscar, I think I may know an apiary or two that would enjoy a few of these on their hives.
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    All good, I just would like folks to know what...

    All good, I just would like folks to know what these birds are capable of and the issues they create.
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    I never stated I had a problem with different...

    I never stated I had a problem with different bird species. I stated that sparrows and now starlings are a problem for this country as they both are evasive. As far as all your houses full of them, I...
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    I like the idea of using for bird houses, that...

    I like the idea of using for bird houses, that was my first idea when I saw the pattern. How ever making houses for sparrows is not a good idea as they are an evasive species in this country and are...
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    Wondering how many hours on motor? The switch on...

    Wondering how many hours on motor? The switch on the right side is the switch for the motor. The brushes in the motor could have issues, worn, broken spring. Pulling the motor out is a fairly easy...
  20. Thread: Angle help

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    I do not have 3, so I can not open your mpc,...

    I do not have 3, so I can not open your mpc, however reading what you have here makes me ask, are the lines copies of each other. I notice that copied or mirrored parts of a carve tend to stay as...
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    The sensor saw light color then dark color and...

    The sensor saw light color then dark color and thinks it has crossed the board, giving a bad width measurement. The work around I use is masking tape in a T pattern placed where the sensor travels to...
  22. [QUOTE=Mike1;274049]This happened to me as well...

    [QUOTE=Mike1;274049]This happened to me as well but in my case the wood was too dark (pre-stained). I used a piece of natural wood as a test, and it worked fine.[/QUOTE
    When I use wood to dark for...
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    Are you using an offset or inset? The bit cuts...

    Are you using an offset or inset? The bit cuts the middle of the path. Depending on the bit size, the 1/8" bit would need a .062 inset on the inner and a ,062 offset on the outer. How well does the...
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    Sticky: Welcome, I would have to agree with Floyd on...

    Welcome, I would have to agree with Floyd on this. The tracking roller travels the bottom side of the board, on the keypad side of the machine. Make sure your board does not have any issues on the...
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    The quick change chuck was replaced with the...

    The quick change chuck was replaced with the Carvetite chuck system. If you need the quick change adapters, they are out there. I have a few I could part with, as I have Carvetite in all my machines.
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