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  • #16

    Cool. Nice solution.

    I figured the photos may be too big, so I looked at their sizes on disc on my Mac. The HEIC version are just over 1MB. The jpeg versions are around 3.3MB. Reducing the actual picture size like you suggested allowed me to upload them. They're less than a meg each.
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    Gary
    2018 Stinger II SR-44 with GCnC WinCNC Backplane, ClearPath Servos, 3HP RM30C ATC CNCDepot Spindle, 16 Tool Carousel, Custom Automatic Height Dustboot, Performance Premium, Recoil, Gantry Lift, Cyclone
    Fusion 360
    Aspire

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    • #17

      Here is a CRV file if you want to save it for later use. Notice there is a 1 degree pitch relative to the base rails.
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      Charlie L
      Stinger II, 48 by 48, 1.7 kW Spindle, FTC + Laser + Recoil + Vacuum, July 2012
      WinCNC 2.5.03, Aspire, PhotoVCarve, Windows 7 Pro SP1

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      • #18

        Brilliant I ordered My Panther this week with the lathe. I was hoping to find and Idea that I liked and you nailed it. I can't wait for my machine to get here. I won't sleep much the next 14 weeks.

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        • #19

          Every time I use this jig to cut tenons I am impressed. It works really well. Most time is required to load and secure the boards.
          We'll see if this dropbox link works. In a couple months the file will be moved so let me know then if it stops working.

          https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/vpnyl...nk9rx9wps&dl=0
          Charlie L
          Stinger II, 48 by 48, 1.7 kW Spindle, FTC + Laser + Recoil + Vacuum, July 2012
          WinCNC 2.5.03, Aspire, PhotoVCarve, Windows 7 Pro SP1

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