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  1. #81
    Not the sort of amateur mistake I’d make! You forget, I have nearly 8 weeks of experience under my belt

  2. #82
    Just finished my first commission..... admittedly it’s for a family member’s business. This thread is now turning from a “look at Dean’s machine” thread into a “look at what Dean’s machine made” thread!

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  3. #83
    Quote Originally Posted by Pilsbury View Post
    This thread is now turning from a “look at Dean’s machine” thread into a “look at what Dean’s machine made” thread!
    The machine is just a Tool and Dumb as a rock, you are the artist who makes it rock, and seeing what you cook up then you won't have any trouble finding work.
    -use common sense, if you lack it, there is no software to help that.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by JAZZCNC View Post
    The machine is just a Tool and Dumb as a rock, you are the artist who makes it rock, and seeing what you cook up then you won't have any trouble finding work.
    One of the comments I've received more than once when talking about my CNC router is that "the machine does all the work for you". You might as well say that Canaletto's brushes did all the work for him.

    Lovely work as usual.

    Kit
    Engineering is the art of doing for ten shillings what any fool can do for a pound.
    Wellington.

  5. #85
    I joined team JazzCNC on Wednesday and had a great day taking delivery of machine from Dean and his son. They took me through the machine really comprehensively and Ive since had a bit of time getting to grips with it. I wanted a CNC primarily for guitar building so today I decided to jump in and cut a test body. I scaled my model down to 30% in Fusion and set about greating the g code for it. Using a combination of straight cutter and ball nose for the carved top gave me a bit of experience in tool changes within the same job , basic stuff no doubt for you seasoned machinists, but a confidence booster for me, knowing I could carry out the work flow correctly. The machine is a beast !! I don't have much for a reference save for my mates massive SCM machine but my little Jazz 9060 punches above its weight for sure.....

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    Now that Im up and running I hope to be able to contribute here and show you some of the things I make on my new journey .

    Thanks again to Dean and Jared

  6. #86
    Looking good so far beeceuk. You could make that into a violin!

  7. #87
    Quote Originally Posted by JAZZCNC View Post
    The machine is just a Tool and Dumb as a rock, you are the artist who makes it rock, and seeing what you cook up then you won't have any trouble finding work.
    Thanks dean. But with my blunt Irwin saw and wood chisels that have split bricks, I don’t think it would have turned out quite the same! But I certainly see your point.

    Next week is carving week. Got a ridiculous project in mind that Aspire recons is 72 hours cut time. “Run from here” and “feed hold” at the ready!

  8. #88
    Another family commission! Just need to break into the real world!

    Set of 8 placemats for the in-laws. Over complicated, over engineered but a good practice to hone skills. My father in law commented I should sell these...... didn’t tell him I’d need £500/set for my time and effort!
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