RE: [SherlineCNC] New page on my CNC System
- Thanks Alan.
Regarding the font: You can change the font size in your browser. Im only
using relative sizes (not absolute), so it depends on the settings under
View->Text Size. The default of Medium usually works well. As much as Ive
been against it in the past, I think the next version of the site will use
specific font sizes so I have more control over the layout.
Right now all Im really making with the wax is a mess of blue chips ;-)
I plan to machine master molds and master positives for Resin/RTV casting
for HO scale model railroad equipment. Specifically I am trying to make
pieces that do not currently exist in plastic or resin for modelers of the
Western Maryland Railway.
I just added more information to that page including the sources for the
various parts I used, as well as a brief table of information regarding the
software I have evaluated.
Pete Brown - Gambrills, MD (Near Annapolis)
Visit my personal site : http://www.irritatedVowel.com
(wallpaper, western maryland ry, .net, photography, model rr)
From: Alan Marconett [mailto:KM6VV@...]
Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2004 12:58 PM
Subject: Re: [SherlineCNC] New page on my CNC System
Nice site! Font is a little small, might be my old eyes.
I also checked out Freeman supply for wax. What are you making with
- --- In SherlineCNC@yahoogroups.com, "Pete Brown \(YahooGroups\)"
> Hi AllServo
> I just posted a huge page describing my new IMService CNC System 3
> conversion for my Sherline mill. Thought you all might find itinteresting
> Pete Brown - Gambrills, MD (Near Annapolis)
> Visit my personal site : http://www.irritatedVowel.com
> (wallpaper, western maryland ry, .net, photography, model rr)
Looks good to me. Your mention of that "CNC Programming Handbook"
got me to blow a $50 gift certificate from Amazon on a copy. Looks
like I have some reading for vacation next week.
W4ATM in Melbourne, FL
You know you're in trouble when you turn on the Weather Channel and
Jim Cantore is down the block.