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Barb, you'll love this. I am now a firm believer in CNC. But that is because I found the true meaning of CNC. Scroll down a few lines.







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"It ain't what you're told, it's what you know." - Granny Weatherwax
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That means you could sit in a Canadian Newfoundland Coffee shop and have a Coffee n Chat about Computer Numeric Controlled machines Theo. Is that enlightened CNC for you?

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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That means you could sit in a Canadian Newfoundland Coffee shop and have a Coffee n Chat about Computer Numeric Controlled machines Theo. Is that enlightened CNC for you?
More like uncivilized CNC.
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Cherryville N Chuck - your response was cute n charming

Some folks call me Vince - other folks call me...........
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Cherryville N Chuck - your response was cute n charming
Does that mean he's cute n cuddly?

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But with a cnc wood router Joat, just think how fast you could cut out new canes and wizards !
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But with a cnc wood router Joat, just think how fast you could cut out new canes and wizards !

Then he'd have to paint and finish them. And then sell em and cut some more out. Then he'd complain about having to work too hard and wish for the old days back ... or complain just to complain.

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Does that mean he's cute n cuddly?
My wife would say no.
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Complaining 'N Cursing?

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