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    I don't know. Maybe cause the 1/8 cutting bit has a flat bottom?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonCP View Post
    Just a depth calibration question. Why does the machine use a 1/8" cutting bit to recalibrate the thickness, but uses
    the 1/16 carving bit to measure the board?
    Is is because the cutting bit has a flat bottom.

    You will also notice that the machine will use the cutting bit instead of the carving bit for the board touch if your project uses both bits.

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    Makes sense, thank you.
    Last edited by DonCP; 09-16-2016 at 06:37 AM. Reason: grammar
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