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    Re: New CNC

    Quote Originally Posted by David Justice View Post
    That's really cool. I want an MFT table top, but don't want to pay Festool price for it. I have thought about asking if someone could CNC the hole pattern for me if bought the MDF. Let me know if you think you could do something like that once you get it up and running.
    Someone with a CNC could easily cut a MFT table top. I had plans for a MFS table I believe from http://www.multifunctionslab.com/

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    Re: New CNC

    Quote Originally Posted by tri4sale View Post
    Someone with a CNC could easily cut a MFT table top. I had plans for a MFS table I believe from http://www.multifunctionslab.com/
    If not against policy, would you mind sharing those plans? I have access to a CNC machine locally where i could make one!

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    Re: New CNC

    I found free files here. They have a .pdf and .dxf, I don't know if either of them are the correct file type? If not, what file type is needed for CNC?

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    Re: New CNC

    Quote Originally Posted by ntboardman View Post
    If not against policy, would you mind sharing those plans? I have access to a CNC machine locally where i could make one!
    Unfortunately these are paid plans, so can't share the plans.

    Quote Originally Posted by David Justice View Post
    I found free files here. They have a .pdf and .dxf, I don't know if either of them are the correct file type? If not, what file type is needed for CNC?
    Both the PDF and DXF open in my Aspire software, so they work with CNC. They are not scaled to size when importing som some playing around is needed to get correct.

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    Re: New CNC

    if you havn't found someone, I happy to help you out! I have a designer I work with to create custom fabrications for our CNC work.

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    Re: New CNC

    That CNC machine looks like a beast! it should be a lot of fun

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    Re: New CNC

    New Car or CNC Machine. Car or CNC. Hmm.

    Bah. I can drive this old beater another ten years!

    Very Cool Toy.

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    Re: New CNC

    Quote Originally Posted by tarheelz View Post
    New Car or CNC Machine. Car or CNC. Hmm.

    Bah. I can drive this old beater another ten years!

    Very Cool Toy.
    Nah, with a little practice on the CNC it can pay for itself in the first year or two, and then pay for the new car.

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