Help with downloading tools

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John Powell
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Help with downloading tools

Postby John Powell » Tue, May 30 2006, 8:43AM

Hi everyone
Could someone please walk me through step by step how to download a tool from the customer tools forum and how to save it in my shape manager tool file. In simple terms please.
Frustrated learner. John. Thanks.
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Wally Schneeberger
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Postby Wally Schneeberger » Tue, May 30 2006, 9:53AM

John -- When you download a tol. file you can tell your computer to save it right to your tool file when it prompts you where to save to. If it's on your C drive then it would go like this -- C: -program files -- thermwood -- ecabs -- tool file. Hope this helps.
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Al Lenkner
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Customer Tools

Postby Al Lenkner » Thu, Jul 20 2006, 11:41AM

I noticed your reply to another list member re: DLing a customer's tool I take it that you two weren't talking about saving a screen but about some kind of tool........... which I presume to mean so kind of routine or maybe even a jig. I'm new to the list and I'd truly appreciate a little enlightening.

Al Lenkner

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Re: Customer Tools

Postby Wally Schneeberger » Thu, Jul 20 2006, 2:37PM

Al Lenkner wrote:I noticed your reply to another list member re: DLing a customer's tool I take it that you two weren't talking about saving a screen but about some kind of tool........... which I presume to mean so kind of routine or maybe even a jig. I'm new to the list and I'd truly appreciate a little enlightening.

Al Lenkner


Al -- If you look on the main page of this forum you will see a --TOOLS -- section that contains --TOOL -- files that you download and can profile your parts with.
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Al Lenkner
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Tools

Postby Al Lenkner » Thu, Jul 20 2006, 4:30PM

Wally,

Thank you.

Al


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