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Gene Howe

Any Cnc'ers Up For Some Custom Work?

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I need to replicate one part several times. It's 5.5" X 2" X 3/4". Material just needs to be fairly rigid, as in mdf or mdo.

If you're interested, shoot me a PM.

Thanks in advance for any replies.

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2 hours ago, Gene Howe said:

Particulars can be supplied, along with pictures. PM me if you're interested.

I'm Interested, but don't have a cnc, any Top Secret stuff peaks my interest.

Herb

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3 minutes ago, Dadio said:

any Top Secret stuff peaks my interest.

 

HF is in the mix Mr. Herber...

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23 minutes ago, Dadio said:

I'm Interested, but don't have a cnc, any Top Secret stuff peaks my interest.

Herb

Nothing secret about it, Herb. Take  look at the pictures I posted about the lock miter jig. The orange plastic piece that the red bit is poking through is what I need. It's proprietary but, Jointec went out of business many years ago. Can't get replacements. 

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1 hour ago, Gene Howe said:

Nothing secret about it, Herb. Take  look at the pictures I posted about the lock miter jig. The orange plastic piece that the red bit is poking through is what I need. It's proprietary but, Jointec went out of business many years ago. Can't get replacements. 

Oh Just make your own, Gene, I do it all the time.

What you do is cut a piece the dim. to fill the space between the sliding fence boards,and insert it and tighten the boards against it. set the cutter to height, set one end of the fence at the mid point of the cutter leave the other end loose, turn on the cutter and slowly rotate the loose end thru the cutter cutting out the profile of the cutter. This would also serve as a guide to set up the cutter next time around.

I make zero clearance inserts for different bits that way.

 

Herb

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Thanks, Herb. I'll give that a spin....so to speak.🤔....Whoa there, Nellie. Wha hoppin to to our smilies? 

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6 hours ago, Gene Howe said:

Thanks, Herb. I'll give that a spin....so to speak.😬....Whoa there, Nellie. Wha hoppin to to our smilies? 

I think it is sick call the doctor, maybe just anemic. OOP's they all caught  it.🙄 🦀🐍

Herb

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