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Thread: Experimental Board Carrier

  1. #251
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sliverfoot View Post
    Dan
    All of my previous times using the carrier were on a machine with rubber belts, I would like to start using another machine that I have that has the sand paper belts.
    Are there any problems with doing that?

    Rubber or sandpaper, it does not matter.

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    Thank you Dan.

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    Been using the original UCB for a while and now that I have a second machine I find myself in need of an additional one, I have been skimming through the posts on this topic and need a summary of what advantages/benefits between the original and the protected one with additional holes. I see there are no stop blocks so was wondering how to make sure you get in the right place to so a two sided carve and if the additional holes are only for clamping if needed.

    Thanks
    mjc

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    I put a 1/4" bolt in a top hole to act as a stop. I would post a picture but it is in the machine carving right now!

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    Look closely at the picture in http://forum.carvewright.com/showthr...420#post249420

    and see the bolt on the far side to the right. (The board now slides in and out the front.)

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    Thanks, that is what I needed to know!

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