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    TimB's Avatar
    Lives in Totnes, United Kingdom. Last Activity: 1 Week Ago Has been a member for 0-1 years. Has a total post count of 4.
    Hi everyone
    I'm Tim, I run a company making rock climbing related products, mostly out of wood of some description.
    Having never owned any CNC (apart from a chinese K40 laser) I have just invested in a rather large CNC router to make the majority of our products. It is an ExelCNC M5s as HERE
    I have a background in AutoCAD from many years working for architects so my instinct is to use Fusion360 for that side, but that's where the problems start...
    I've already found this forum and it's members very useful feel I should be a part of it.
    Needless to say I have a few questions which I'll be posting as soon as I find the right forum sections.

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    Hi Tim welcome to the forum !

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