Sorry, no cnc anymore! I'm back to manual work. I work in an industrial repair shop, so we don't really have the need for cnc equip. I did run , however a ProtoTrak retrofitted Bridgeport that used conversational, and had a class in cnc programming in college. D**n those G codes! lol
That actually looks pretty decent, Joe! So it's settled. Four inches, here I come. Now to convince the wifey that the Sub couldn't ever possibly be safe without new springs! And yeah, RI is not exactly the off roading capital of the US lol!
Yep, g codes arent fun at all[img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img]. Thats why I like conversational. But I really like cam software where you import a AutoCAD file and it spits out the code[img]images/icons/cool.gif[/img]. Anyway, I was just wondering, trying to help a friend of mine in his purchase of cam software and a new machine, looking for any other ideas. I'm pushing SolidWorks 2002, but he wants something cheap like FeatureCam. They both work the same but SW2002 is 20 times cooler, and only 19 times the cost[img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img].
Off Topic...RJ do you still have that light bar? I know it sounds posery of me, but i would rather get one of htem then a huge arse grill guard...that and im sure you'd give me some kind of discount [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
Come and get em, they're cluttering up my junk pile anyway. I would not care at all if someone stole them, so I'll only charge you $5! Heh heh, when we go to Moab or whatever I'll bolt em in, maybe make ya some frame adapters so they actually do soemthing more than look ugly.