CNC NES Error?! (Fixed, read inside!)

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CNC NES Error?! (Fixed, read inside!)

Post by vb_master » Mon Mar 14, 2005 9:28 pm

Ok, on page 180 of the book, it says that you need a 12" x 24" piece, while on page 181, it says that you need a 14" x 17" piece.

Same problem on page 182, it says that you need a 12" x 24" piece, while on page 184, it says you need a 20" x 12" piece. What gives?

I am using a drill bit router. What are the correct numbers?

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Post by vb_master » Tue Mar 15, 2005 4:33 pm

Anyone, anyone?

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Post by Nes Man » Tue Mar 15, 2005 6:44 pm

PM or E-Mail Ben. He wrote the book. :wink:
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Post by vb_master » Tue Mar 15, 2005 6:56 pm

PM'd Ben, I will post reply here.

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Post by vb_master » Wed Mar 16, 2005 4:34 pm

benheckc wrote:The main gray plastic plates require a total area of 12.31" x 16.5" This is probably why I rounded up (to 14" x 17")

By loading the files into a program their size should show up
Now need the wall measurements. :wink:

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Post by vb_master » Mon Mar 21, 2005 7:23 pm

benheckc wrote:Sorry about the delay. You'll need 12x17 of the gray 1/16" engraving plastic

If you're using a drill-bit router it'll take 20X12 of 1/4" acrylic to cut all the side walls (which you'll then stack to make walls) This is the best bet as using multiple thicknesses of material can get confusing.

If you have any more questions direct them to benheck@charter.net which will allow me to see them faster. Thanks and good luck!

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