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Hi @Mark Carew, Thanks for the words of encouragement!
As for the shim, it's a 3D printed component created by @Jimmybuckets (link). I have...
These thin-style push sticks are intended for handling short boards (under 12″) on my table saw. They are based off of Metthias Wandel’s post...
Hi @Julius, I live near the Nova Scotia / New Brunswick border but make trips down your way now and then! Nice to know there are other "locals" on...
January 31st, 2017:
I've been thinking about taking on a project involving interfacing software to "real-life" things for some time. I was...
Hi Moniker, Sorry for the delay getting back to you. We've recently moved and life has been busy! I don't recall the exact dimensions of the...
This will work. haha
I am having a similar problem with the loosening.
I would use this to build my first 3D printer! Would love to learn all about this board and share my build!
Hi, I'm using TinyG as well.
Do you mind sharing your configuration ($$ command)?
Awesome! I need to try it out!
Excellent design. May do something similar for my next machine.
Hi @Jacques D!
The plumbers tape is still holding but building the actuators with better fitting tolerances would be the ticket.. You can epoxy...
Dimensional Lumber Sizes: Nominal vs. Actual - archtoolbox.com
A simple table listing nominal wood dimensions vs actual dimensions in both Inches...
jamesdjadams submitted a new resource:
Wood Nominal vs Actual Dimensions (Inches and Metric) - A list of handy dimensions for CAD / CAM work....
Do you have a preferred brand of double sided carpet tape?
Do you find it difficult to remove the tape? Those hold down strips are a great idea.
Awesome build. Thanks for sharing.
1) I really like your dust shoe but do not have a 3D printer. Would you be interested in printing one for me?...
I haven't tried aluminum yet. I suspect that it will be OK if taken very slowly. I plan on doing some in the next few weeks. I'll...
Stock... not stalk... lol!
This was my first shot at it but it went fairly well. I learned a few things that I will try next time.The trick for me was to have...