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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 03-30-2017, 12:38 AM Thread Starter
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well fella's this is my first official post

ok ok so a CNC router will do much better than this, however if you don't have one yet and want to do fine detail routing such as images and such I come up with this method to make everything larger and far more easier to see. With the enlarged view, fine detail can be achieved. I am running this as a first time test to see how easy or hard it would be to follow. It is broadcasted to my 32" computer monitor ..let me know what you think......

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Very interesting idea you had. I suspect that it gets easier with a little practice. Doctors do this all the time and they can't make any serious mistakes when they do it.

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I think dust extraction would really help you see. You might very well have something here.

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Now that's thinking out the of the box
Pretty cool , although I'd go 1080P . J/k
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excellent ides...
what are the plans to keep the fines out of the monitor and computer???

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excellent ides...
what are the plans to keep the fines out of the monitor and computer???
I want to put a computer in the shop and wonder what I can do about dust too.
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I like this idea. With my vision ever worsening, this could be a big help. Could you post some specifics, like type of camera, and how the connection is made? Thanks.

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thanks fella's @hawkeye10 yes I'm working on something to attach to router or something close to working area with some kind of deflection/shroud so router can move free yet the dust will be collected. I just haven't got that far yet and wanted to see
A) if this worked
B) how much would dust be a problem @Stick486 I have a 2HP 1700 CFM Dust collector in my basement shop and have had a computer in the shop for several years without issue, I clean the computer out every couple months and it isn't any worse than people that have their computers in the living room. Besides the monitor in the video will not be the monitor used, now that I know this has a chance to work I can use a old $10 LCD and hang it in the routing table area.. @chessnut2 all I'm using is a $25 endoscope with LED lights, connected via USB or directly to smart phone if you wanted.
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super cool. I have an old video microscope for working on electronics (otherwise I burn my nose soldering trying to see...) Your camera is MUCH smaller!

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Thanks!

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