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Hi fellow wood workers; I haven't been on line 4 quite a while.
Now that I am back I seek anyone who is able to build a program for a cnc wood router that I could download to a stick plug it into my cnc, put the lump of wood in the spindle and rout a fancy cabriole leg or a round one or whatever.
I am also willing to pay for you doing these programs. Oh yes I have now loaded Mach 3 on to the cnc computer.
The reason I ask this of a member is because I now suffer from C.R.A.F.T. and my time is not as long as I would like it to be.
I want to make some furniture for my grand children and carve into them when it was made and by whom and put my cabinet makers certificate number somewhere on the underside of the article. You never know it may become a family heirloom in the future;100 years from now, { yea right he says, tongue in cheek }.
If some of u who are wondering, craft," cannot remember a f.....g thing. ".
So time is of the essence,
Cheers, Brian [ hairydad1947.
 

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Welcome back Brian!

Sure you will get good times with your CNC!

Many CNC user's around here, sure you'l find solutions!

(Not a CNC user myself, sorry).

Regards.
Gérard.
 

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Hi fellow wood workers; I haven't been on line 4 quite a while.
Now that I am back I seek anyone who is able to build a program for a cnc wood router that I could download to a stick plug it into my cnc, put the lump of wood in the spindle and rout a fancy cabriole leg or a round one or whatever.
I am also willing to pay for you doing these programs. Oh yes I have now loaded Mach 3 on to the cnc computer.
The reason I ask this of a member is because I now suffer from C.R.A.F.T. and my time is not as long as I would like it to be.
I want to make some furniture for my grand children and carve into them when it was made and by whom and put my cabinet makers certificate number somewhere on the underside of the article. You never know it may become a family heirloom in the future;100 years from now, { yea right he says, tongue in cheek }.
If some of u who are wondering, craft," cannot remember a thing.
So time is of the essence,
Hello and welcome. I don't know about CNC's either but someone will be along to answer you questions.

@don - I fixed the quote for you.
 
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