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Conor Devoy

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May 30, 2019 - 9:31 pm
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Alex said
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yes, weeke = woodwoop Post-Pro export?

  

Gotcha , I was thinking in drawer setup. Thanks Alex. 

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hi

yes, weeke = woodwoop Post-Pro export?

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Which Post processor you using for export?

if you have some setting to do, you must saw there 

All the best, Alexandre

  

Hi alex, I use bpp5 for Weeke but the tool lines, position length etc. are created in polyboard. Surely it’s in polyboard where you can adjust the parameters? Thanks, conor 

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Hi,

Which Post processor you using for export?

if you have some setting to do, you must saw there 

All the best, Alexandre

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Hi all.

We make our drawers from a 16mm material with an 8mm by 8mm mortise and tenon.

We use a 6mm down cut spiral tool for this.

When its machining the tenon it stops 3mm shorter than I’d like leaving me with two little peaks that have to be taken off by hand.

I’m attaching two pdfs to indicate what I mean, I’d like the cutter to run on a couple of mils.

Where do I adjust that?

Thanks, Conor

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