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Old 01-29-2013, 09:03 AM
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Mike:

The dim's are 14.5" deep x 26" long, with the back being 2" tall. I drew this in AutoCAD but can save a copy in a PDF format if you want a drawing of the components. Just shoot me your e-mail, I will gladly sent you a copy of the drawing.

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You are a good man flyman01! Great job on your workstation and thanks for sharing the details with others!
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Old 01-29-2013, 01:30 PM
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Old 01-29-2013, 02:38 PM
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Thanks Madison, much appreciated!

Mike, just sent you the drawings and all the info to make one should be on there.......hopefully clearer than mud! One thing I omitted from the drawing was the white inlay. I have a CNC router which makes that easy to put into the base, doing that with a hand router would be difficult. I would advise just getting a piece of white poster board cut it to the appropriate size and securing it with some double sided carpet tape. I say that because the white inlay while adding to the unit aesthetically, it also helps to reflect light back up and it does make a difference when you are tying small bugs. Use a shout out if you need any assistance, I will be glad to help.

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Very nice. Want to see it stocked up
Got the station stocked up and in use! Added a light stand to the table as well, the silver pipe seen in the upper right hand corner, this helped immensely!
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Very nice. I like the way you displayed the fly boxes. That should bring you hours of entertainment
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i run a cnc mill, and have often thought about trying to design something similar for myself. however i don't think my boss would appreciate a bunch of wood shavings in the scrap aluminum. out of curiosity, does a cnc router operate on a system such as anilam? M codes and G codes?
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i run a cnc mill, and have often thought about trying to design something similar for myself. however i don't think my boss would appreciate a bunch of wood shavings in the scrap aluminum. out of curiosity, does a cnc router operate on a system such as anilam? M codes and G codes?
Mine operates off a toolpath program called Omega which was designed by the maker of the equipment. It can also be programmed using G code which is the most common language that I have been around while using CNC routers.
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