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1 scanning probe on Mon Jul 06, 2009 1:33 am


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I'm going to set up my machine to scan some fretwork I use in shelving as well as table saw inserts for zero tolerance dado and laminate cutting and other shop tool disposables. I'm interested in finding out how close it can scan and recreate the piece. I've read the manual, tips and tricks but I'd like to hear from others concerning the scanning sled size, hold down methods and other cool trick stuff. I don't think my original material will scuff from the scanning point, but what do you use if the piece is not to be scratched?? Thanks Again, Ole' Dad

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2 Scanning Probe Results on Sun Jul 18, 2010 1:42 pm


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i was wondering what you discovered concerning the accuracy of the scanning probe: your original thoughts got my curiosity going...

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