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arched casings

Postby Will Williamson » Wed, Apr 09 2008, 6:41AM

Any machine oners out there using e cab and profile modeler to produce arched casings?
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Re: arched casings

Postby Nemanja Vujkovic » Wed, Apr 09 2008, 7:57AM

Hi Will!

we did several arched casings and diferent profiles, but that was some time ago, if i find the files i will post them here!!!

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Re: arched casings

Postby Nemanja Vujkovic » Wed, Apr 09 2008, 8:49AM

Here is one of the first ones that i did as a test about a year ago. It's simple and not very attractive but for the test piece it was fine. I used one of the tools provided by eCabs.
I used 1/8" ballnoce and 1/8" upcut to cut this and it turned out good! This is the only one that i found!

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Re: arched casings

Postby Mark Taylor » Wed, Apr 09 2008, 9:09PM

Hey Will....

We've used profile modeler to cut a variety of curved parts, moldings - etc.

why do you ask?

Mark

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Re: arched casings

Postby Michael Kowalczyk » Thu, Apr 10 2008, 3:58PM

Hey William,
I tried calling you several times but your phone is BUSY. Either you are super busy or your phone is off the hook.
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