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    Hi folks,

    I make the 'Carving In the Dark' backlit LCD kit and also have bits for the CarveWright machines and other accessories. You can find the CarveWright section at:

    http://www.soigeneris.com/CarveWrigh...ries-list.aspx

    We have a special going now on carving bits.
    Happy carving , Jeff Birt

    Check out www.soigeneris.com for CarveWright Accesories.

    Home of the 'Carving in the Dark' back lit LCD kit!

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    'Carving In the Dark' backlit LCD kit
    This is one cool aftermarket LCD for the Carvewright I have one " over two years now" and dig it...

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    I love it too ... I think I'm going to have to have another one.

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    Jeff, Do you have any 3/16 carving bits 1/4 shaft (WITHOUT THE PRESS ON SLEAVE) or have you or anyone tried the 1/4 ballnose in the carvewright (for carving) Its going in the rock. Also is the coating a lot better? Thanks

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    No 3/16" bits. The problem with using the 1/4" bit on a CW is that you can't tell Designer what bit size you are using. If you set it for a 3/16" bit using a 1/4" bit will carve out more material than your after. On wood the ZrN coating makes a new bit perform like one with a few hours on it but it will stay at that level of sharpness 2-3 times as long. Depending on the material you cutting it will make more or less of a difference.

    The funny thing about the Backlit LCDs is that they are one of those things that you don't realize how much you'll like it until you try it. I sure would not want to use my machine without it now
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    Happy carving , Jeff Birt

    Check out www.soigeneris.com for CarveWright Accesories.

    Home of the 'Carving in the Dark' back lit LCD kit!

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    I haven't been active here for a long time, but I wanted to do some carving again. So I ordered a new bit from Soigeneris.com the other day.

    I have to say Jeff you have unreasonably fast service and shipping. It was faster than anyone should expect...lol

    Thanks for great price and amazing service!

    Justin Pierce, aka spalted
    *Pattern Editor (Probe) * Centerline * Dxf Import * STL Importer * Version 3 Standalone * Advanced 3D * Advanced 2D * Conforming Vectors * Rotary *C Machine *Rock Chuck

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    Welcome back Spalted.
    Using Designer 1.187, STL importer, Center line, conforming vectors, scanning probe/PE, and the ROCK chuck.

    Eddie





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    Welcome back to carving Spalted! Yes he sells long lasting bits and they arrive on the west coast in record time!
    Tom Watson
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