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Hi, everyone. I am new to this forum, but not new to forums in general. I don't do any woodworking. Instead, I layout circuit boards using various CAD and CAM programs along with various VB6 programs created in house. I then use a CNC router the company had custom made, along with modifications I had come up with along the way, to route signal traces into FR-4 material (thin layer of copper adhered to fiberglass material) to create circuit boards for LED signs that can be anywhere between 7"x7" to 5'x10'. Doing this allows the company I work for to have incredibly fast lead times (less than a week in most cases) to manufacture small to large LED signs. I hope to use this website to help broaden my knowledge of routing in general, and help me generate ideas for future projects I intend to facilitate throughout my time with this company. I enjoy the idea of community, and can't wait to help and be helped by such a diverse group of individuals. Thanks!

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