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Old 07-26-2007, 07:41 AM   #271
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sounds good. i've got some idea floating around in the back of my head i may like to realize some day.. i have been teaching myself cad/cam using RHINO.. you only work in SAE? i've been
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I actually prefer metric but right now all my settings for cutting in SAE. I need to create another profile and get all the metric settings to cut acurately. Once I do that then will be able to cut either.

Since what a lot of what I do is wood work, here in the US everyone's drawings are in SAE so I am getting that profile 100% acurate first.

Once the gantry is finished and if you some something I can test and open in Turbocad Deluxe ver. 14, willing to give it a try. Just will be some time before I am ready. My guest leave at the end of the week, then in between work and busy social life will get everything fixed. Love doing the machining of the parts....
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When my routing table gets the other 2 axis setup it will have a C & A instead of the C & B shown in the previous picture. This will allow machined axles and hub cariers to be made. Or even custom hex nuts for touring cars and other RC's.

I figure motor plates, top and bottom chassis plates is where I would start with pan car stuff though. Get the two cars I posted pictures of and see if I can draw and remake same parts and then start customizing to something new from there.

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What year/month was that car action, maybe I still have one of those old lying somewhere. Or do you have a picture of the AE TOJ?
I'll try to dig up the issue. I don't have any photos, we never ran them. Our local racers deemed Can-Am bodies inappropriate for 10th scale, and mandated we all run GTP/Grp. C shells. That was fine by me since my all-time favorite form of motor racing was IMSA GTP.
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