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Re: [taigtools] First Parts!!!!

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  • benedict@hawaii.rr.com
    Badass! Mind my asking how you held the part while it was being cut? Curiosity, cats, and all that stuff. Tom
    Message 1 of 35 , Apr 30, 2004
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      Badass! Mind my asking how you held the part while it was being cut?
      Curiosity, cats, and all that stuff.

      Tom

      On Sat, 1 May 2004, Yoko Kobayashi wrote:

      > Hi Everyone,
      >
      > I've made my first CNC parts. This is a missing switch cap on my
      > vintage scooter that is no longer available. I've been running the
      > table back and forth for a week now and finally got the courage up
      > to cut something.
      >
      > See it in my folder "Yokos". Made with Autocad/ACE
      > Converter/TurboCNC/Taig CR2019 Mill.
      >
      > The pocketing got a little messed up because I changed to a slightly
      > more narrow bit and did the offsetting in Autocad for a larger bit.
      > I broke the first bit by a line of bad code that I didn't see on the
      > simulator. Z didn't retract fast enough before a lateral move.
      > Time to go to Walmart and get another Dremel tip.
      >
      > Spending too many late nights up since I got this new toy!
      >
      > Have fun,
      > Yoko K.
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    • Mike Estee
      Nice. Thanks for the write up! --mikes
      Message 35 of 35 , May 11, 2004
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        Nice.

        Thanks for the write up!

        --mikes

        On May 11, 2004, at 4:23 PM, Dave Goodfellow wrote:

        > I recently purchased a 20-key programmable keypad for use as a pendant
        > for my Taig CNC mill.  See background below.  It arrived yesterday,
        > and
        > is now in use.  People have asked me to post comments about it once I
        > get it going. To avoid using up bandwidth here, I've posted a writeup
        > with pictures at --
        >
        > http://www.good-fellow.net/gizmos.html
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