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    idea for when the new cnc machine is here....

    working on some cribbage board ideas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Noren View Post
    working on some cribbage board ideas.
    WHAT new CNC... Details I NEED DETAILS MAN
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    it will be here when i can set aside the roughly $700 for it.
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    Looks like it'll be cool - what kind of software you gonna use for CAM?
    Jason Beam
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    i'm using sketchup for the original drawings, and open source converter software to go from sketchup to cnc readable code. all that is on the laptop that will be the brains of the machine.
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    Is that the stuff Darren found? (i forget the name) -- or is that the Phlatscript (SketchUCam) plugin? I'm always on the lookout for fancy schmancy (free!) software
    Jason Beam
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