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Discussion in 'General Talk' started by sw3Dp, Apr 26, 2015.

  1. sw3Dp

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    Is this the place to ask novice questions?
     
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  2. Ronald van Arkel

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    Hello sw3Dp,

    Sure you can ask all you want, we´ll try to help you out. Just remember to study a bit before you ask. Later on we would appreciate if you share your knowledge with us as well.

    -Ronald
    OpenBuilds México
     
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    It's probably best to ask in the specific section of the forum related to the question, i.e. the Mills/Routers section, the 3D Printers section, the Controller Boards section, etc. You'll get better answers that way. A lot of people only review the sections they are interested in.
     
  4. sw3Dp

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    Thanks Ronald and Rick,

    I'm approaching the 72hr mark and just beginning to find the gems buried in the specific discussions. It's that feeling that after a full day at the pc with no answer found, that I won't find it without a trail guide, nice to finally find a RR crossing sign, believe me I don't know when to stop sharing.

    jack
     

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