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Online AtomicRyan

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Re: BF/MFT Build
« Reply #30 on: November 06, 2019, 09:37 PM »
Very weird.  Normally MDF should be the easiest wood to cut - dull bit perhaps?  Climb cutting?  Did you use the same g-code file with the two earlier tops or was it starting fresh with a design and g-code file on each?

Yep. Same code...

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Re: BF/MFT Build
« Reply #31 on: November 08, 2019, 04:04 PM »
My daughter wanted to make something in the shop... So, we made a sysport charging station. It has systainer feet on it so that it just locks into the shelf like a systainer does.

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Re: BF/MFT Build
« Reply #32 on: Today at 10:54 AM »
Sacrificial HDPE kerf line came together pretty well.


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Re: BF/MFT Build
« Reply #33 on: Today at 11:27 AM »
Excellent idea. 

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Re: BF/MFT Build
« Reply #34 on: Today at 12:22 PM »
Excellent idea.

This might sound a bit insane, but I'm actually thinking about back lighting it from underneath. The dado that holds the HDPE is centered over a row of dog holes, so i could mount an LED strip that shines through these unused holes. The idea being is that a backlit kerf line might be handy when lining up a cut?

I dunno... maybe.