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CNC Ewok
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« on: January 29, 2012, 02:30:15 am »

 ???I am new to CNC I have a new JCUT 1325  router coming in about 1 week.
It will have a Mach3 USB controller. I plan to use CamBam for my Cam program.
1 I have messed up  my styles, trying to learn it, I get an style not found message.
Can someone tell me how to reset CamBam to it default state? 
2 Can someone tell me the proper surface feet per minuet and tooth load to use on birch plywood so I can use the speeds and feeds calculator?
3 Can someone tell me where to adjust the safe Z height? 
Your help is most appreciated
DanJ Smiley
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« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2012, 23:21:10 pm »

Hello Dan; For starters you adjust the safe Z height while setting your MOPs. The only one I know of --is called clearance plane. This would maybe be different if you have preset specs. I don't use mach3, but I'm pretty sure you can do this in mach  also.I have heard guys mention this and a lot more. If you've never run mach before, your in for a steep learning curve to say the least--cambam 's not much different to a complete stranger.Lots of help here with the guys though and you'll have fun doing it. Just take you time--and if you not sure ask--it's cheaper than equipmet and bits. Enjoy  c.sitas
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« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2012, 04:15:11 am »

 Just take you time--and if you not sure ask--it's cheaper than equipmet and bits. Enjoy  c.sitas

Now there is the voice of experience!  Roll Eyes
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