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    CNC job Setup Sheet

    I just upgraded to Aspire V8.

    It is now a true 64 bit software and a LOT faster than the 32 bit - sweet

    They have not included a Job Setup sheet that I will find very useful - again sweet.


    Ummmm - WELL - I was gonna show you but it is an HTML file and I don't know how to show you that.

    BUT - it IS really cool

    Ohhhh wait a stinkin minute - screenshot - yeah - ok



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    This was the hummingbird plaque I made, a couple of weeks ago

    I am going to make 2 more and try color dies on one to keep for myself

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    Bummer, looks to be a pro only feature in vCarve. Looks like it would be a handy feature.
    Darren

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    yeah - that really is a disapointment

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    Yeah - I just dowloaded the desktop trial version and installed it. I also have the pro trial version installed.

    I compared them to Aspire and desktop does not have it.

    You would see it on the toolpaths pulldown at the bottom of the list titles create job sheet.

    Don't cry over it. It is a nice to have but in no way does it hinder performance. I have yet to use it - though, I have not done much lately.

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    Yeah, not going to go out and spend the $350 for the pro upgrade for that, but is a good reminder to create a checklist for myself. For my gun grips I have to set the zero on two different references and remember the order of operations, luckily I do them in an order that normally wouldn't cause any conflicts. Going forward I would be nice to just print out the order and list of bits I setup in vcarve for other projects since I'm verifying it in their simulator.
    Darren

    To a small child, the perfect granddad is unafraid of big dogs and fierce storms but absolutely terrified of the word “boo.” – Robert Brault

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