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Anyone make the Paulk Miter Station?

#260255 by reible » Wed Jun 05, 2019 11:01 pm

I'm taking his drawings and doing them over in sketchup so I can generate files to use with my Shaper Origin and have either made a couple of mistakes or didn't understand his drawings or perhaps he has some errors??

I'm also making a few changes like going to 20mm holes and 96mm spacing and perhaps a few more things I'd like to see done differently. But I would like to have a basic design to work from that allows me to make changes from.

Ed

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Re: Anyone make the Paulk Miter Station?

#260261 by Ed in Tampa » Thu Jun 06, 2019 8:32 am

Ed I would contact Ron and see what he says. I would explain what I was trying to do and ask for his advice. He seems like a pretty reasonable guy that I think would be willing to help.
Let us know how it goes.

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Re: Anyone make the Paulk Miter Station?

#260262 by dusty » Thu Jun 06, 2019 8:59 am

reible wrote:I'm taking his drawings and doing them over in sketchup so I can generate files to use with my Shaper Origin and have either made a couple of mistakes or didn't understand his drawings or perhaps he has some errors??

I'm also making a few changes like going to 20mm holes and 96mm spacing and perhaps a few more things I'd like to see done differently. But I would like to have a basic design to work from that allows me to make changes from.

Ed


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