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Tooling Problem

Postby Griffin OHara » Tue, Jul 08 2014, 7:12AM

I'm cutting a panel with lots of pocket cuts on it and i want it to cut most of it with a bigger bit then the 1/8 to clean the corners up. i wondering if this is possible.
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Re: Tooling Problem

Postby Daniel Odom » Tue, Jul 08 2014, 10:58AM

What program are you trying to design it in? Ecabinets? Or are you just using dxf importing?

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Re: Tooling Problem

Postby Griffin OHara » Tue, Jul 08 2014, 2:22PM

I'm using eCabinets

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Re: Tooling Problem

Postby Josh Rayburn » Tue, Jul 08 2014, 3:49PM

Have you considered trying it with a layered .dxf file instead?
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