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  1. #21
    Hi there,

    It seems we are at crossed wires regarding this... my remarks regarding.. it's of no importance were in respect to the fact
    that I had no Idea what

    Dose that not take your fancy then Yohudi ?

    referred to..

    having now read the thread a little more carefully after your email I saw the question regarding a staff position. to which I'd have to say thanks very much.. but no thanks
    I have my hands full elsewhere...

    hope this straightens things out..

    Yohudi

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by John S
    It's a job I already do.
    See the 4" table on this site, near the bottom.

    http://www.arceurotrade.co.uk/en-gb/dept_176.html" target="_blank

    Also this one for the vertex type.



    Drop me an email or I will be at the Midlands show at Leamington this coming weekend.

    John S
    Hi John...

    Just to let you know that the mount arrived without problem and looks to be just the job..

    Thanks very much for your help on this, it helped me out a lot, also for your cooperative approach and helpful advice.. anyone want this kind of motor mounts.. see John S..

    ttfn

    Danny (aka Yohudi)
    Last edited by Lee Roberts; 17-01-2009 at 12:24 PM.

  3. #23
    Lee Roberts's Avatar
    Lives in Wigan, United Kingdom. Current Activity: Viewing Moderator Control Panel Has been a member for 9-10 years. Has a total post count of 2,545. Received thanks 161 times, giving thanks to others 652 times. Made a monetary donation to the upkeep of the community. Referred 10 members to the community.
    How much can we pick one of these up for ?
    .Me

  4. #24
    cabinetmaker here!, cnc has open up new streams of income like signage prototyping parts and selling outsource table time to other cabinetshops

    there are quite a few vids when you search camastercnc on you tube

    jim

    some work
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    James Mcgrew
    www.mcgrewwoodwork.com

    CAMaster x3 and 408 cnc routers and a whole
    lot of other woodworking equipment

  5. #25
    I did this a few weeks ago for my brother who dog has died.



    All programming was done in V Carve, text just drawn a on the screen, the angel was from a free Dover clipart selection, brought into V Carve and converted from raster to vector.

    Probably took 10 minutes to program and 30 minutes to cut on a small benchtop Techno- Isel router

    John S.

  6. #26
    Lee Roberts's Avatar
    Lives in Wigan, United Kingdom. Current Activity: Viewing Moderator Control Panel Has been a member for 9-10 years. Has a total post count of 2,545. Received thanks 161 times, giving thanks to others 652 times. Made a monetary donation to the upkeep of the community. Referred 10 members to the community.
    That looks really nice John !
    .Me

  7. #27
    exccelent, what kind of wood is that?

    jim
    James Mcgrew
    www.mcgrewwoodwork.com

    CAMaster x3 and 408 cnc routers and a whole
    lot of other woodworking equipment

  8. #28
    It's just a piece of oak I was given for the job.

    I didn't supply it as I'm more into metalworking than woodworking.
    My router spends more time engraving things, usually metal and cutting Tufnol [ Phenol ] brush rings that go in large DC motors.

    My nephew has a kitchen and bathroom business with associated machines, CNC panel saw and Biesse full sheet router but i never get involved with that.


    John s.

  9. Right now finishing build out and it will be cutting reed pans, mechanism boards, and fretwork for concertinas. Also cutting custom combs, covers, mouth pieces for harmonicas. Quite possibly cutting special pieces for repair work on older free reeded instruments of varying types and needs. Maybe in the future once I have the gcode built or borrowed will do concertina reeds.

    Michael

  10. #30
    If I can help doing code from a drawing give me a shout.
    I do a lot of this often at night on my laptop so it's not even like work :D

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