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Machining spoil board

Postby jason galbraith » Thu, Dec 03 2009, 3:59PM

Hi there, we need to fly cut the spoil board on our machine, and I've done a search on this forum and found that people are doing it (fly cutting their spoil board i mean :) ) but i need a guide on how to go about doing it, and what settings i need to change. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

regards

Jason
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Re: Machining spoil board

Postby Nick M Singer » Thu, Dec 03 2009, 10:27PM

Jason. I am not too sure I understand what the problem is, I presume you have macined waste boards? The process is the same taking into account different Z axis settings

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Re: Machining spoil board

Postby Jon Kenworthy » Fri, Dec 04 2009, 9:54AM

I assume you're talking about resetting the switchspoil variable. Here is some scanned images from the Control Nesting manual I got when I attended the training school in Indiana that I use when I surface the spoil board.
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jason galbraith
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Re: Machining spoil board

Postby jason galbraith » Sun, Dec 06 2009, 4:39PM

Thankyou Jon, I believe that is the very information I was looking for.

Cheers

Jason
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