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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-01-2019, 05:06 PM Thread Starter
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Default logic trace 2018 selecting the command lines and arcs

I traced out a diagram using lines and arcs and showed where I selected line and where i selected arc
I even put the cut part back on the diagram that I traced for a fit test

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I do stuff like that the Luddite way. I lay out the exact size design on paper. Glue the paper to plywood. Rough cut it out, then send down to the line. Perfect.

If I want more than one, trace the original on wood, rough cut, glue the original to the rough cut. Rout around that, and have a master that I can affix wood to and rout out copies up the wazoo, all perfect copies of the original.

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thanks for sharing Stan - the logic trace is a very interesting operation. you seem to put it to good use!
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