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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-26-2013, 09:50 PM Thread Starter
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Default Hello RouterForums just discovered.

Hello, I am a brand new member but have been lasering and cnc'ing since I retired from the Drilling industry 1996. I am a member of other forums but this one seems to be more to the point for industry wide information and knowledge, thanks for letting me in.
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Hello and welcome to the forum Dan

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Hi Dan and Welcome. I can't imagine a router with 50 x 100 capable chanageable height z-axis from 8 to 20. What is a z-axis. How about some pictures of your shop Dan.
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Thanks Fella's, Larry I will when I've fulfilled the break in period.
also will have to figure out how to "upload" to this forum!!
Ahh My router is a homemade cnc 50 x 100 inches and height it will get over top of is variable by lifting the gantry.
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