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Re: CNC Limits? [Re: Collin Beggs] #16491 08/10/08 06:58 AM
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Re: CNC Limits? [Re: Collin Beggs] #16492 08/10/08 06:58 AM
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Re: CNC Limits? [Re: Collin Beggs] #16493 08/10/08 07:00 AM
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Re: CNC Limits? [Re: Collin Beggs] #16494 08/10/08 07:00 AM
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Re: CNC Limits? [Re: Collin Beggs] #16495 08/10/08 07:01 AM
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Re: CNC Limits? [Re: Collin Beggs] #16496 08/10/08 07:04 AM
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it's a intimacy thing

if you gotta ask

then you don't understand


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Re: CNC Limits? [Re: Collin Beggs] #16545 08/14/08 12:47 AM
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well someone feels strongly about it. I guess I should have worded my question without leaving out the concept of inanimate. So do you ride a horse everywhere? Go post under timber frame philosophy.

Re: CNC Limits? [Re: mo] #16583 08/17/08 03:59 AM
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yawn.




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Re: CNC Limits? [Re: Collin Beggs] #16588 08/17/08 11:24 PM
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I'm just now working on a big building and have asked for some help from the local CNC shop. At first glance the biggest block for collaboration is the round ended mortises and tenons. Should I round off or should they square out? They are good people though, I had no trouble feeling a sense of friendship and soul at their shop.
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Re: CNC Limits? [Re: ] #16929 09/26/08 02:28 AM
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dj, I don't think I'd cut tree spikes well either. But don't do much hardcore broadaxe work.

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