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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-31-2014, 11:54 AM Thread Starter
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Hi,

I have been working off and on for several years putting together a cnc router. I hope to finish it up by the summer. Then I get to learn how to use it! I don't have much to contribute yet, but hope to learn a lot from you folks.

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Hey Mike, it's great to meet you and have you as a member of our community, welcome!

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Welcome to the forum Mike.

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Building the CNC is the easy part. Learning the software has a pretty steep, but do-able, learning curve. I bought my CNC, but wouldn't mind building another, with improvements from what I've learned over the past two years. Good luck with your project.
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Welcome Mike. Where in TX are you?
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Thanks for the replies.

Yes, I figured that the work was just beginning - learning the software.

I'm in Pflugerville.

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Well, we are not too far apart. I am in Caldwell.

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