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    Re: Mitred Boxes
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (7/23) -- I'd consider doing lock miter on the shaper. You will need to pin wheel the lock miter to keep from ...

    Re: Mitred Boxes
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (7/23) -- Richard, I would run samples using the CNC to do a miter fold. Cut the material to width, edgeband, ...

    Re: Researching 5x10 Nested CNC's Biesse,Holzher,Anderson
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (3/31) -- i guess a v grove miter router bit would also allow me to make mitered corners for speaker boxes ...

    Miterfolding on CNC, getting proper cut depth
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (3/29) -- Good day folks, We're looking for ways of simplifying getting proper depth cuts on miterfolding 3/4 ...

    Re: Router specs for miter folding solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (11/23) -- What about through cutting a bit more than normal ? Like 1/16 so that the pushing is mostly in the ...

    Re: Mitred Boxes
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (7/23) -- Seems like the CNC miter folding is the simplest solution. The problem with a "V" bit is ...

    Re: Router specs for miter folding solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (11/21) -- Thanks Mike, What were some of the problems you ran into doing the miter folding with a router bit ...

    Re: V-Groove Cutter on CNC for Solid Surface?
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (9/11) -- I run a vortex integrated v groove on my Anderson CNC . I run a first pass at .4 in and a second pa ...

    Re: Mitering with CNC router
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/10) -- You can miterfold on a CNC using either a bit, though an aggregate would be better. This issue with ...

    Re: Researching 5x10 Nested CNC's Biesse,Holzher,Anderson
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (4/6) -- FWIW I would love to have a saw on my machine as I miter fold a lot of solid surface on mine. I had ...

    Re: mitered joint tip
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (7/1) -- Meter folds for sure but if your sticking with a true miter for us there are simply still some opera ...

    Re: Miter saw or portable table saw?
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (4/30) -- I would say that table saw if you are willing to take the time to make a good sled for it. Then you ...

    Miter saw or portable table saw?
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (4/27) -- Hello everyone, great forums here and your advice has helped a lot in the past! I am a beginner who ...

    Re: Cutting Miter fold Cove backsplash in solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/24) -- Alan F nailed it, you need an agregate head. I too had trouble keeping tooling intact trying to mak ...

    Re: Cutting Miter fold Cove backsplash in solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/24) -- Are you plowing the entire V groove with the V bit? Or are you hogging out the bulk with another to ...

    Re: Cutting Miter fold Cove backsplash in solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/24) -- The common miter fold bits out there are a degree over 90 (91 degree) so they leave a glue line. ...

    Cutting Miter fold Cove backsplash in solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/23) -- Would appreciate any help I can get. We are trying to cut miter fold cove backsplash on our solid s ...

    Re: Cutting Miter fold Cove backsplash in solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/23) -- How are you miter folding cove? ...

    Re: Mitering with CNC router
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/8) -- We miter folding all the time. Have made many boxes like you describe. You can use a CNC or an edge ...

    Re: Mitering with CNC router
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/5) -- I find that plywood I get is not flat enough to get good miter folds with. The PB and MDF core stuff ...

    Re: Miter folding 1/2" solid phenolic sheets
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (8/3) -- Never miter folded phenolic, cut it though. I would have plenty of extra inserts on hand and do mult ...

    Re: Mitering with CNC router
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/3) -- I would highly recommend the 91 deg. Much better for miter folding. Pg 115 of our catalog ...

    Collet nut torque settings?
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (12/31) -- I've always been a touch concerned with how tight (or, really, how loose) we are tightening the co ...

    Re: Are Aggregates Important?
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (7/31) -- "Our application is nested based custom residential cabinetry." I'm going to go against t ...

    Researching 5x10 Nested CNC's Biesse,Holzher,Anderson
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (3/31) -- Im In the process of doing research on 5x10 nested machines for my small 2 man shop, 7 man company, ...

    Re: 3d printing slightly thin curved walls.
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (4/30) -- Norm, don't take this wrong, but you're barking up the wrong tree with some of your questions here. ...

    Re: Miterfolding on CNC, getting proper cut depth
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (3/30) -- We do on both pod and rail and flat table. Either way we use a horizontal arbor. Vertical cutters p ...

    Re: mitered joint tip
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (6/29) -- Helo sorry for my bad English For example i want to make a 8 cm shelf from 1.8 cm melamine boards h ...

    Re: mitered joint tip
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (6/29) -- In my experience trying this with melamine doesn't work well. The paper is too brittle and no matte ...

    Re: mitered joint tip
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (6/29) -- Not sure exactly what you're asking... ...

    Re: mitered joint tip
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (6/29) -- Do some reading here. BH Davis ...

    mitered joint tip
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (6/28) -- Hello all hope your doing great i need to make a cabinet using double faced particle board melamine ...

    furniture parts CNC service needed NY area
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (9/27) -- hi, we looking for a woodworking shop in the NY/NYC area to outscore cnc work for our cabinet parts ...

    Re: V-Groove Cutter on CNC for Solid Surface?
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (9/25) -- QuickTrim, Are you cutting through the miter? Or did you apply something to the other side of the s ...

    Re: Router specs for miter folding solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (11/24) -- How about this ? Set up two 91 degree cutters in the router. Use one to make the first couple pass ...

    Re: Cutting Miter fold Cove backsplash in solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/24) -- You can't do a true miter-fold in solid surface, you need to leave space for glue so the tooling ne ...

    Re: Router specs for miter folding solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (11/23) -- Yes, going deeper would help the cut quality, but not helpful if you want to tape the mitre to act ...

    Re: Router specs for miter folding solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (11/23) -- I used to do a lot of V grooves in MDF. I would do it in multiple passes. I'd guess that the mater ...

    Re: Mitred Boxes
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (7/23) -- I've used that Amana bit, but didn't like the fit. I loosened the insert bolts, and inserted a thin ...

    Re: SS countertop software / Andi Stratos
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (1/23) -- I am just wondering if there is a better option that doesn't cost a ton. I don't mind paying for a ...

    Re: CNC Router Suggestions
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (6/22) -- James - excellent advice, I have learned the hard way with a double miter saw I bought from a turki ...

    SS countertop software / Andi Stratos
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (1/22) -- I am looking for a simple software package to generate SS ( Krion ) counter top cut files that will ...

    Re: Router specs for miter folding solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (11/21) -- The problems with routing a mitre are quality of the cut. My saw is 9" in diameter and its fa ...

    Re: Router specs for miter folding solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (11/21) -- V grooving with a router bit is quite possible if you are doing a lot an aggregate would be prefer ...

    Cutting solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (3/19) -- I am considering cutting solid surface countertops for our cabinets. I have an omnitech selexx pal ...

    Re: Router specs for miter folding solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (11/18) -- You might try and find a used Northwood or Komo that has a 0-90į saw for mitre folding. I have a N ...

    Re: Router specs for miter folding solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (11/18) -- Pat Gilbert, Someone got a bargain! ...

    Re: Servo creep on CNT Motion Router
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (8/18) -- Good idea Rich. I'm not sure on my machine how to run a program with the spindle off, but most like ...

    Re: Router specs for miter folding solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (11/17) -- Komo I saw recently at auction ...

    Router specs for miter folding solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (11/16) -- I have an axyz 6010 CNC currently with two spindles and a very old control, amc. I have a job comi ...

    Re: Router specs for miter folding solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (11/16) -- I have but for the upgrade cost I donít think it will be worth it. The vacuum table is in need of ...

    Re: Router specs for miter folding solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (11/16) -- Have you talked to axyz about an update to your current machine? ...

    Re: V-Groove Cutter on CNC for Solid Surface?
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (9/16) -- I have found that the geometry of the insert that I have is actually cutting as the angle at the ti ...

    Re: V-Groove Cutter on CNC for Solid Surface?
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (9/14) -- Further to Mark B's point about the tip of the miterfold bit pushing and not really cutting, the fo ...

    Re: V-Groove Cutter on CNC for Solid Surface?
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (9/11) -- When we miterfold SS we hog out the bulk of the material with any tool possible just to save the ti ...

    Re: machining inside miter corners after using ball cutters
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (4/11) -- Hello Mark, and thank you for responding. I do in fact use AlphaCAM, version 14. Can you tell me wh ...

    Re: machining inside miter corners after using ball cutters
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (4/10) -- I suppose it depends on your software, what do you use? With AlphaCam for example, and other softwa ...

    machining inside miter corners after using ball cutters
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (4/7) -- Hi, if I'm using a ball cutter to rout the inner edges of single piece, mdf panel doors, what's the ...

    Re: 1 Piece routed MDF door - shaker style
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (7/6) -- Ditto on MDF bending when you cut that front pocket. For doors bigger than 24" wide or tall, I ...

    Re: Researching 5x10 Nested CNC's Biesse,Holzher,Anderson
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (4/5) -- Quicktrim that is a nice machine all ballscrew. thats kind of where im at now since i will be doing ...

    Re: Are Aggregates Important?
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (8/4) -- I guess my point is it's amazing how much work can be done with a 3 axis machine. Even the high end ...

    Re: Miterfolding on CNC, getting proper cut depth
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (4/4) -- A lot of helpful answers, thanks. Regarding facing off the spoilboard (flycutting), we don't necessa ...

    Mitering with CNC router
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/2) -- I have a store display job that requires we manufacture a large number of miter-folded cubes made ou ...

    Re: Cutting Miter fold Cove backsplash in solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/26) -- If I did a lot of counters I would probably pick up a dedicated v groover. They sell used now and t ...

    Re: Cutting Miter fold Cove backsplash in solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/26) -- The advantage to a solid surface top on CNC vs a lineal machine is you can do sink holes, faucet ho ...

    Re: Cutting Miter fold Cove backsplash in solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/25) -- Amana makes a great insert bit. ...

    Re: Cutting Miter fold Cove backsplash in solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/24) -- But the cove cutter is two 45's (22.5) and the cove as one tool, otherwise two bits with 3-5 passes ...

    Re: Cutting Miter fold Cove backsplash in solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/24) -- Thanks everyone for you thoughts all good info. ...

    Re: Cutting Miter fold Cove backsplash in solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/23) -- I should note that tool is designed for a horizontal planing aggregate on a 3 axis machine, we can' ...

    Re: Cutting Miter fold Cove backsplash in solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/23) -- Please forgive my ignorance but I don't see how this is even geometrically possible. I didn't reall ...

    Re: Cutting Miter fold Cove backsplash in solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/23) -- This is what we used to use on a 3 axis machine, we use a similar cutter on a 5 axis machine ...

    Re: Cutting Miter fold Cove backsplash in solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/23) -- We currently using 45 degree V- groove and 3/4 Bullnose bit. V-groove bits keep snapping. ...

    Re: Cutting Miter fold Cove backsplash in solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/23) -- How do you snap a 45? Pic please. Feeds and speeds? ...

    Re: Cutting Miter fold Cove backsplash in solid surface
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/23) -- This is a picture of what I'm trying to cut. ...

    Re: 1.5" thick panels
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (6/13) -- Miter fold 3/4 material. I use mdf skinned plywood. ...

    Re: V-Groove Cutter on CNC for Solid Surface?
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (9/11) -- Here is the bit we carry for the Miter Folding Part # SECS143IR ...

    V-Groove Cutter on CNC for Solid Surface?
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (9/10) -- We are trying our hand at getting v-fold/miterfold solid surface parts to cut on our Morbidelli SCM ...

    Re: Mitering with CNC router
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/8) -- We tape off the machine. Just never tried the other way so can't say id one is better than the other ...

    Re: Mitering with CNC router
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/8) -- we use a v-grooving aggregate. you need c-axis. ...

    Re: Mitering with CNC router
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/7) -- In response to Gary: We cut to tape depth if we can, but if the parts are not rectangular, or the yi ...

    Re: Mitering with CNC router
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/6) -- Well we're on the topic; are you guys cutting through the parts completely then taping and assemblin ...

    Re: Mitering with CNC router
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/3) -- This subject has been discussed many times before. ...

    Re: Mitering with CNC router
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/3) -- 91 degree bit flat table good vacuumed board ...

    Re: Mitering with CNC router
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/2) -- We used to do it. Had a bit made with a 91 degree angle. That kept the glue from prying the veneer a ...

    Re: Mitering with CNC router
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/2) -- What does large mean, what size? Insert bits are your best choice. It will take special handling dur ...

    Re: Mitering with CNC router
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/2) -- I do this all the time table levelled, sheet not warped I had a hard time to find a true 90 dgr. bit ...

    Re: Mitering with CNC router
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (2/2) -- Larry, I was wondering about that. Seems like a bit with a blunted nose (although it would use up mo ...

    Miter folding 1/2" solid phenolic sheets
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (8/1) -- Hi All, We are building some phenolic countertops for lab use. We need to do a 1" build down, a ...

    Re: Miter folding 1/2" solid phenolic sheets
    A message posted at WOODWEB's CNC Forum (8/1) -- Sorry no experience, but the first call I would make would be to the phenolic manufacturer for an ad ...

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