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I have been using the Carvewright CNC machine now for several years and would like to share tips and ideas with others.
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I have been using the Carvewright CNC machine now for several years and would like to share tips and ideas with others.
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Sounds like a great idea! CW Carver since 2007..

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Hi Gino, great choice with the CW. Have you done the upgrades along with a new chuck to replace the quick change chuck? Sent a PM this morning. Excited to see some replies regarding the CW system in this forum. Many owners out there with opinions and I center on the issues. Best wishes and happy carving.
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Hi Brad
yes I did convert to the new chuck and have been pleased with the results.
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Hi Floyd
I have enjoyed doing CNC carving and would like to know how to translate other CNC formats to the CW format (.ptn or others)
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Hello Gino,

This is a tool Ive been watching sinc it came out, just havent pulled the trigger yet.
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I have enjoyed doing CNC carving and would like to know how to translate other CNC formats to the CW format (.ptn or others)
Gino,

A couple software enhancements for the designer software are the STL importer and DXF importer. They allow you to imports these file formats into designer so you can then create your pattern (stl) or with the DXF set up vector carvings.

Here is a link to the online tutorials for them

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