Hi Phil,

Attached are parts to the Lazair ultralight airplane. The accuracy of the router is
proven by the fact that when the eight ribs are stacked as shown in two of the
pictures, they all match perfectly, even though they were cut in three different
operations —drill holes, cut centers, cut outside.
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Tom's "Signs In Wood.com"

Here is a double sided sign I am working on. It is carved in 2" mahogany and
measures 18" X 27". Tomorrow the Pepper tree and and words get painted. The tree
trunk will be a beautiful gold. This was designed by my friend Greg Gurden. It was
carved on my awesome Cnc Router Pilot Pro.

Chassis cutout looking pretty good. 6061-0.063” Aluminum.

First project - Making G's for a college party
Hi Phil,
These grooves are all of uniform depth. I have cut forms with tapered
grooves on practice stock and I am achieving accuracy of .001 +- .002. Awesome!
One neat thing I learned about Mach 3, which I’m sure you knew, is that it
interpolates for me. That makes producing my tapers very easy!

I’m having a ball with your machine. I will send more pictures when I actually have a
finished product!
Great looking anodized system!-
Stay tuned,
Ben – Carrollton, Texas - Great system, looking forward to many projects!
Sorry l did not get back sooner. I have been in Wyoming hunting. Here are some
photos. Let me know what u think. Slowly learning bobcad. Hope to make a pilot pro
sign on front of cabinet. Phil
Hi Phil,
Dad and i did a test the other night using Vetric Software which interfaces quite nice
with your system. We milled the Open sign in Styrofoam and it turned out real nice.
It is great to see your machine you sold us does this kind of work for thousands less
than what other advertised CNC machines would cost. We are learning more and
more each day. Thanks for getting us started.
Attached are pictures of our completed waterjet machine.  I covered the ball screws
and slides with polycarbonate to keep the water spray away from them.  We do not
use an abrasive.  The machine is mainly  set up for cutting foam rubber and soft
Wes A.
Machine is up and moving. I have a few small things left but that's it. Opened the
boxes and it put itself together. I have attached a  pic. I will send some better ones
when I finish it.
Mike W.
Have  been using the machine and love it. I have yet to set up the digital probe or a
axis but that will be soon. In the meantime here is some of the stuff I have done so
Mike W.
Just for you here is some pictures of some of the work i have done with my CNC
machine. These first three are very simple boxes i made to display and carry polished
stones or rocks. one of my other hobbies. More pictures in my next email to follow
right away.
Greg G.
From a hand drawn drawing to a work of art, young master Brian completed his high
school wood shop project the Viking Box. After approximately 2 hours of drawing, 6
hours of digital conversion and design of each individual piece (36 pieces in all).
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Hi Phil,
I have been having a great time with the machine. Lots of learning to get things right
but that is the fun part. I appreciate the help you gave me on the phone getting
some of the little things sorted out, we were actually able to complete a project,
front and rear panels for controller equipment that we build and was costing us too
much to send out to a local shop, now we can make them here.

Thanks again for the great machine, very pleased.
I am delighted with the machine, and I am very excited anytime I do anything at all
on it. So far I have worked on a small workbench that appeared in a recent issue of
one of the Woodworking magazines (American Woodworker, perhaps? but I am not
certain -- if you want to know I can tell you once I verify it at home). I used the CNC
machine to cut the parts out and to drill the dog holes. The parts are all cut and
drilled, and they fit quite well, but I still have some assembly work to finish it. So far
I have only used CamBam to enter the designs and create the Gcode since the
designs were quite simple and easily within the capabilities of CamBam. I also did a
small surfacing part of this project directly in Gcode, just to verify that I was gaining
some knowledge of Gcode. Thank you very much, and you can certainly count me as
one of your satisfied customers.

Doug S
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