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    Quote Originally Posted by thkoutsidthebox View Post
    Hi Dertsap...can I make a quick suggestion....it might be there and I missed it. I looked at your carbide end mills but theres no shaft size. Cant buy if I dont know the shaft size! Apart from that, nice site and fantastic prices. Thanks for the link.
    Edit: Shaft length would be useful info too.
    thanks for pointing this out , typically with carbides the shank dia is the same as the cutting diameter , but i will add the extra info so there isn t any confusion
    shank diameter is already marked for each hss endmill , the shank dia on the hss isn't necessarily the same as the cutting dia. so check the info provided to be on the safe side
    also thanks for the compliment , weve been busting our butts to find decent tools at a decent price to add to the site , so far i'm quite happy with the stuff , i'm beginning to look into higher end tooling as well , obviously the price will be up a fair bit more but it will add to the variety and give the customers a better chance to find exactly what they are looking for

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    any Ramones fans
    sure i know this is dating me but anyhow legends are legends , its pretty shiney because the first thick layer of clearcoat was applyed 5 minutes ago ,

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    I'm just getting started trying to figure out how to do all this stuff
    so what route can a person take to convert something like this in to a .dfx

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    i'd suggest you use gmax to create a solid model or use inkscape to trace it

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    Quote Originally Posted by dertsap View Post
    thanks for pointing this out , typically with carbides the shank dia is the same as the cutting diameter , but i will add the extra info so there isn t any confusion
    shank diameter is already marked for each hss endmill , the skank dia on the hss isn't necessarily the same as the cutting dia. so check the info provided to be on the safe side
    also thanks for the compliment , weve been busting our butts to find decent tools at a decent price to add to the site , so far i'm quite happy with the stuff , i'm beginning to look into higher end tooling as well , obviously the price will be up a fair bit more but it will add to the variety and give the customers a better chance to find exactly what they are looking for
    Line 4 should that be SHANK or was your mind elswhere ?



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    Quote Originally Posted by dertsap View Post
    any Ramones fans
    sure i know this is dating me but anyhow legends are legends , its pretty shiney because the first thick layer of clearcoat was applyed 5 minutes ago ,
    I use laquer frequently, in particular final coats I use gloss as it has no addatives and consequently gives a harder finish. To bring the high sheen down I use a product called "wool wax" it is applied with 4 zeros steel wool and water then take a dry rag to clean the surface and dry it off .the product is made by behlen. It will give your projects a soft luster which I find attractive, you might give it a try.



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    Hi all,
    I am from Serbia, I just try CR8tracer and I love it.
    Only think that is not good is, you cant save file as a dxf, but eps can.
    After that I open the file in illustrator ans export as a dxf.Acad resize and explode...
    sheet cam for machining.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mike hide View Post
    Line 4 should that be SHANK or was your mind elswhere ?
    LOL , oops !
    ya my mind was obviously somewhere else but no , it wasnt in the gutter

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike hide View Post
    I use laquer frequently, in particular final coats I use gloss as it has no addatives and consequently gives a harder finish. To bring the high sheen down I use a product called "wool wax" it is applied with 4 zeros steel wool and water then take a dry rag to clean the surface and dry it off .the product is made by behlen. It will give your projects a soft luster which I find attractive, you might give it a try.
    thanks ,i'll keep this in mind for future projects

    the ramones pic didn't come out as well as i had hoped , some features didn t come out as good as they should have , but i figured after all that cutting it was worth salvaging

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    Question diving dxf files

    I am looking some dxf files with diving motive
    Double Cylinders , a diver
    anything that relate to diving

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    fell free to drop by www.newtime.dk/dxf_files
    plz. donīt mind my misspelling :)


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    Default dxf file

    looking gor a DXF file of a 1967 Charger thanks in advance for any help I can clean up the DXF file Don't have software to export a Picture of one into a DXF file .



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    Quote Originally Posted by dertsap View Post
    ive finally taken some time to try one of the engraving bits we sell and do some more artwork , i used a 20 deg bit with a .015 step over i am more than happy with the way the cutter performs ,i'll be playing more tommorrow
    What material are you using?

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