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Offline EL34

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« on: October 29, 2009, 14:33:56 pm »
Using 097B Enthusiastic Enu for the first time just now

Dragging the mop's up and down the tree is putting a big smile on my face

Awesome Andy!!!!!!!!
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Re: 097B
« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2009, 20:53:34 pm »
I don't see the download link. Where is it?

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Re: 097B
« Reply #2 on: November 01, 2009, 00:51:30 am »
Sorry, I haven't put up a link yet.
I was about to a week or so ago and asked a couple of people to sanity check it for me, in case there were any big boo boos in it.  It seems to be holding up quite well and I have been using it a lot myself.

However, I was concerned with the 3D machining reliability and have spent a bit more time working on that.
I have made a number of improvements which have removed the problems with 'glitches' in a number of troublesome test files.  I am currently going through my library of 3D models looking for problems but at the moment it is looking good so will most likely wrap up a new release in the next day or two.

So apologies it is taking a little longer than expected, but I'd much rather it was me to snap a cutter than you guys.  ;D

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Re: 097B
« Reply #3 on: November 06, 2009, 14:54:49 pm »
I don't do any 3D stuff, so can't help you there.

I have been doing a bunch of same part - cookie cutter sheet cutouts and have not run into any problems so far.
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