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Thread: Trouble with my Dupli-Carver T110

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    Trouble with my Dupli-Carver T110

    I stumbled across your forum today tooking for advice and tips for my T110 duplicarver. I plan to make custome pistol grips from polymer sculpting clay but I am having trouble getting the hang of this machine.

    I find if I cut on too much of an angle with my cutter bit, when I rotate by work 90 deg. I have lost part of the material from cutting on the previous plane.

    Any Duplicarver usrs around? I also read somewher to just use round-nose router bits because they do not grab and kick.

    Thanks,

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    welcome rob, i dont know anything about your problem, but we do have a vast majority of wood workers here.. so stay awhile and yu should be able to get some help on your problem.
    Last edited by larry merlau; 07-11-2009 at 08:02 PM.
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    PM sent.

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    http://www.terrco.com/woodcarvers/t110.php
    Download the manual or call them for help.

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    In addition to the PM information I sent you, I have found that three and four winged bits do a better job with less grabbing and kicking. MCLS is the place to shop for these.

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    Dupli-Carver T-110 up for sale


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Walker View Post
    Don't blame you. My 200 has been for sale and a guy is coming any minute to buy it, cash in hand.
    I have a 110 in the garage also but plan (hope) to use for small items.
    "Folks is funny critters."

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