My first couple of project on my new Probotix Comet

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IDAK
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My first couple of project on my new Probotix Comet

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As some may know I am new to the CNC world and with the help from individuals here i have worked out some issues with getting my machine up and running so that I can turn out some nice products.

Here are my first few items that I have completed.

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ChrisInEstes
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Woohoo, Beer Thirty! I'm In!

Chris
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I'd say that the machine AND You are off and running!! :)
Nice Crisp letters with no tearout :)
Congrats!
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Thank you. I will agree with you Sottp55. I took a little bit to control the tear outs but I think i am getting the hang of it now. It does change from wood type to wood type for sure.

Now i just need to figure out how to create edging designs so that I can have decorative edges on some things. I guess until I figure that out I will continue to do them free hand when I need them.

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IDAK,
You've seen these I imagine, but posting anyways :)
http://www.vectorart.com/store/?q=Borders%20Fancy
Also look into Point Cutting(plunge cutting,barley twists) Roundover bits, Quite a bit you can do with them in both borders and lettering. I've use both Whiteside and Magnate so for, but hear good things about Amana too.
http://www.talkshopbot.com/forum/showth ... +roundover
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IDAK
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Thanks for sharing those links. I had not seen those yet and will find them very useful.

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professional work!
website:
www.portretywdrewnie.pl

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Was that beer sign done with cut2d? And if so what should I search on here to figure out hot to do it?
Nice work btw

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