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    A new thread to post our you tube videos of our machines and work.
    Joey Jarrard

    US Router Tools
    888-720-TOOL (8665)
    www.usroutertools.com
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    CR-408 X3 Vac System

    New CAMaster X3 clip. This is Salt Water Connections New Machine that will be going up to Canada in a day or two.

    Check out the new X3 dust boot setup, Thanks Frank and Luke.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/CAMaster.../0/o1MGH6bIyjY
    Joey Jarrard

    US Router Tools
    888-720-TOOL (8665)
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    • #3

      the link is not
      James McGrew
      CAMaster ATC 508
      The principle of Measure twice cut once has not been replaced by a CNC

      www.mcgrewwoodwork.com

      https://www.facebook.com/pg/Mcgrew-W...=page_internal

      Camera 1 ATC Closeup !
      https://video.nest.com/live/esNTrZ

      fixed 4-27-2020

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      • #4

        try it now thanks Jim
        Joey Jarrard

        US Router Tools
        888-720-TOOL (8665)
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        • #5

          alright,,, now that does it

          i want the frigginn

          servos
          James McGrew
          CAMaster ATC 508
          The principle of Measure twice cut once has not been replaced by a CNC

          www.mcgrewwoodwork.com

          https://www.facebook.com/pg/Mcgrew-W...=page_internal

          Camera 1 ATC Closeup !
          https://video.nest.com/live/esNTrZ

          fixed 4-27-2020

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          • #6

            The video was shot with my phone and does not do the 1800 ipm justice.
            Joey Jarrard

            US Router Tools
            888-720-TOOL (8665)
            www.usroutertools.com

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            • #7

              Looks a good setup, once I get my stinger up and running I will start to think about an X3

              Mick
              Mick Martin
              mickmartin3@comcast.net
              CAMaster Cobra 508 ATC + Recoil + Popup Pins
              Digitize Touch Probe
              Wincnc Handheld Serial Keypad + Wireless Pendant
              Hurricane vacuum
              WinCNC + Aspire 9.5 + PhotoVCarve + EnRoute 5
              www.mickmartinwoodworking.com/

              The search function on the forum is your best friend!

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              • #8

                Video Wall

                Ok calling all CAMheads. I have just posted a new video wall on our site. this will be a rotating page where once a month I update the links. I am asking all in the land of yellow to grab there cameras and lets flood the net with what we can do with the machines. I am not asking it to be Lucas Arts quality just a 45 sec to 3 min video of your machine running a part and then showing the part after. Load up the video to you tube and let me know by posting the link here. I will pull more and more video to build the wall.
                Please put a breaf discription about the feeds and speeds what material and such so we can get a good idea of the jobs.


                Thanks so much
                Joey Jarrard

                US Router Tools
                888-720-TOOL (8665)
                www.usroutertools.com

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                • #9

                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJ9EZGh7l8Y
                  Joey Jarrard

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                  • #10

                    Robert's video

                    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJuTnQB78MQ
                    Joey Jarrard

                    US Router Tools
                    888-720-TOOL (8665)
                    www.usroutertools.com

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                    • #11

                      Roberts pinewood derby track.

                      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAAvz4c6KQc
                      Joey Jarrard

                      US Router Tools
                      888-720-TOOL (8665)
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                      • #12

                        My casket video.

                        This is a video of the casket that I did.
                        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_DTh7PmKN4

                        My cutting settings were around 12,000 to 16,000 r.p.m. depending on the part and bit. Speeds were around 120 to 200 i.p.m. for most of the plywood, but over 300-400 if I remember correctly for the top m.d.f. section. I have been grabbing some shavings at the first of a cut and look and the thickness and feel if it is warm.

                        I used to use a calculator to figure feed and speed, but now I can tell if it is the right speed by the sound of the bit, and if the chips are chips and not dust and how warm they are.
                        Proud owner of a Camaster Cobra 410
                        WinCNC
                        Epilog Helix laser engraver
                        Corel X8 Autosketch 9 Aspire 9.5

                        "The escalator to sucsess is out of order.... you will need to take the stairs."

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                        • #13

                          All I can say is DANG!

                          Robert that was all-some. I got my answer about the handles.



                          Thanks for the great video. We need more like it hint hint hint

                          (Those Hints were not for you Robert)
                          Joey Jarrard

                          US Router Tools
                          888-720-TOOL (8665)
                          www.usroutertools.com

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                          • #14

                            robert that is excellent, is it done with aspire and can i post it on the aspire beta and regular forum!
                            James McGrew
                            CAMaster ATC 508
                            The principle of Measure twice cut once has not been replaced by a CNC

                            www.mcgrewwoodwork.com

                            https://www.facebook.com/pg/Mcgrew-W...=page_internal

                            Camera 1 ATC Closeup !
                            https://video.nest.com/live/esNTrZ

                            fixed 4-27-2020

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                            • #15

                              Jim I sold his machine with V-Carve. I can not recall if he upgraded to aspire or not. So I do not know what CAD/CAM he is using for these tool paths. I would assume Aspire.

                              I want time to play with a machine.
                              Joey Jarrard

                              US Router Tools
                              888-720-TOOL (8665)
                              www.usroutertools.com

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