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    Thumbs up Just got my onecnc

    thanks to thank hu and ward and all the othes for helping convince my boss to get onecnc cause using bobcad just wasn't working. Now I can bug you here! you guys on the cnczone helped onecnc make a sale and abeliever out of us.

    haven't gotten into it too much but so far i did more in half a day with some 3d files than i did in 4 years with version 17.


    Charles


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    Thumbs up Way to go!

    Charles,
    Good for you and your boss.
    If you haven't already, look thru the onecnc post here. There are some good tips and tricks.
    If you need any help let us know.
    I know your going to love the software.

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    Congrats, Charles! I am very excited on your behalf. There are so many toys to play with in this program, such freedom to try new ways of doing things because it is literally "no sweat" to modify one's machining methods, once you get a good model built.

    I won't say its dead easy to make solid models, because that requires a new way of drafting (for us old Bobcadders, anyway). However, a solid model (or a relevant surface) is a gold mine of useful info that makes the rest of the program work as good as it does. Dig right in!



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