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28 Sep 2019 13:21 #146490 by islander261
Phill

Good work!

Thank you for all the work you put in on developing the Plasmac Branch now part of Master. You have profoundly changed the LinuxCNC plasma world. If the rest of world knew about PlasmaC there would be no demand for any Mach based plasma controls or LCNC adaptions of Mach controls.

John
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28 Sep 2019 22:57 #146511 by phillc54
John,

Thank you for the kind words and also for all your help ironing out the early bugs. It is and has been an enjoyable experience.

Cheers, Phill.

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29 Sep 2019 04:46 #146534 by rodw
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phillc54 wrote: John,

Thank you for the kind words and also for all your help ironing out the early bugs. It is and has been an enjoyable experience.

Cheers, Phill.


Amazing work and even more amazing that you enjoyed the expereince!

Thanks for all your hard work and incorporating so many features from so many ideas, there is so much IP embedded into Plasmac it is really amazing.
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29 Sep 2019 07:12 #146535 by thefabricator03
I just want to say a big Thank You to Phill for all his efforts in PlasmaC but especially his work with the air scribe,

I got my scribe floating head assembly made today and I was able to make this sign for my wife,

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29 Sep 2019 07:20 #146536 by phillc54
Thanks Guys, I really appreciate the feedback.

Stefan, that is cool but I wish you hadn't posted that pic, my wife just added another todo onto my list...
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29 Sep 2019 07:39 #146539 by Clive S
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thefabricator03 wrote: I just want to say a big Thank You to Phill for all his efforts in PlasmaC but especially his work with the air scribe,

I got my scribe floating head assembly made today and I was able to make this sign for my wife,


What a creep :woohoo: Just kidding

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29 Sep 2019 07:41 #146540 by tommylight

Clive s wrote:
What a creep :woohoo: Just kidding


LOL
Causing more work for all you married guys ?
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29 Sep 2019 07:54 #146541 by thefabricator03

phillc54 wrote:
Stefan, that is cool but I wish you hadn't posted that pic, my wife just added another todo onto my list...



Sorry Phill, I was just excited to show of how well it worked.

If it is any consolation it scribed and cut out in under 10 minutes, should be a quick task to check off.

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29 Sep 2019 08:10 #146542 by phillc54

thefabricator03 wrote: Sorry Phill, I was just excited to show of how well it worked.

If it is any consolation it scribed and cut out in under 10 minutes, should be a quick task to check off.


I'm glad the floating head worked out for you. Don't forget I will need to add the time making one of them to the 10 minutes...

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29 Sep 2019 08:15 #146544 by thefabricator03
Yeah I did not factor that into the time,

If I could build it again I would not use the $800 ram I brought since you dont need that much down pressure. I would use one of these www.ebay.com.au/itm/Pneumatic-Screwed-20...?hash=item4642506738

connected to a 15mm linear rail with a small floating head attached that would hold the scribe.

It really does not take much pressure at all for the scribe to do its thing.
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