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Ms Wolffie
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Thread cutting

Post by Ms Wolffie »

I was reading with interest the email about version 10.
It mensioned that aspire can now do thread cutting for use in fx wood buttons.
does that mean that aspire now supports undercutting?
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Don't kick me, but the answer is still Nope.

Was wondering where you wandered off to a while ago.
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Hi There,

Missed your posting.

Hope you are doing well.
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thanks for your welcome.
I have been in a dark space, it's been tough, hopefully I can see the light again.
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Post by martin54 »

+1 0n what Ted & Leo have said, have you watched the thread milling tutorial, will explain things better than me :lol: :lol:
You were posting on a regular basis when I first joined the forum, hope it wasn't me that chased you away, I probably have that effect on people :oops: :oops:

https://www.vectric.com/support/tutoria ... rch=thread

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Hi Martin
Certainly was not you.
You helped me with the Gypsy Witch.
Unfortunately I never went on the water with her and we had to sell her.
Someone else betrayed me badly and sadly it took a mental toll.
I believe that I am on the mend now.
I have just been looking through the posts, where are everybody?
The forum used to be full of new projects, what is happening?
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