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  1. #49
    LetterCAM.com
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    I got my new router mount in today. Its great especially being all aluminum. Thanks for the gcode offer Joe but I don't have another router to cut it with.

    Here are some pics of it mounted. Now tomorrow I can try to cut again and figure out what I'm doing!

    Warren
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  2. #50
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    Very nice combination of materials.

    Well done !

    (Built in record time too.)

  3. #51
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    I was woundering, have you had any problems with those 8020 berings, would you recomend them or are they too tight and may run out the steppers after a while because of the tightness?

  4. #52
    LetterCAM.com
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    Mine are doing just great! I was cutting with my router today. Here is what I did. When I got them they were brand new. When I put a bearing on the 8020, it seemed a tad tight. So when I put it on again, I kind of pushed it towards the side that was tight and it actually shaved some of the bearing material off to help it loosen up. But its not loose where you can feel any tolerance in it. They are tight and slide easy now. As long as the 8020's are lined up, they don't bind up or anything. I was worried about the same thing but still going strong.

    Let me know if you have any other questions.

    Warren

  5. #53
    LetterCAM.com
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    I am selling this router with everything including the controller, motors, router, etc. (not the computer) I have Mach 3 and SheetCam with it. The router is 45 1/2" Y and 56 1/2" X in size. It works great!

    I have a little over $1400 in this setup but will consider all reasonable offers or trade for something of equal value. I will be posting this in the classifieds now but thought I would mention it here. Please email me directly at tybeeware@aol.com if interested. I am located in Savannah, Georgia since this would be a pickup only.

    Thanks,

    Warren
    LetterCAM CNC Software
    http://www.LetterCAM.com

  6. #54
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    aww. selling so soon? why?

  7. #55
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    you have email

  8. #56
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    Out of curiosity, does anyone know what happened to hobbytoolplans.com? Tried to go to it for further info on the plans that were used here, and got a placeholder from someone looking to sell the domain...

  9. #57
    Wanna be
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    Just so happen I do know

    Yep, I know. I Took a new job working 60 hours a week and haven't had a chance to properly support existing plans or develop new ones so I closed down the site.

    Dan (Hobby Tool Plans)
    Check out what I am working on at www.routerbitz.com!

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