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Old Sun 01 March 2009, 23:04
Roadkill_321
Just call me: John #7
 
Wiseton, Saskatchewan
Canada
Cribbage boards

Here is another project that the Mechmate made easy. A cribbage board.
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Old Mon 02 March 2009, 10:02
domino11
Just call me: Heath
 
Cornwall, Ontario
Canada
Hi John,
Your stuff looks great! Glad to hear your MM is still going well for you. Are you geting a lot of commercial stuff or are you using mainly for your own stuff?
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Old Mon 02 March 2009, 13:43
deadbob
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Savannah,Ga
United States of America
Any thoughts on doing the sanding portion of projects using your shiny new machine? I machine 6061 aluminum for a manufacturer of rifles. We use a deburring tool that works quite well. It takes some valuable cycle time, but if your machine not curently running another job? Why not?
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Old Mon 02 March 2009, 22:09
Roadkill_321
Just call me: John #7
 
Wiseton, Saskatchewan
Canada
Heath, Thanks I am mostly doing commercial work, but nothing big yet. The crib boards were for a local customer here. He only wanted three.

Deadbob, I find it easier to sand the stuff that I have been working on by hand or with basic power sanders.
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