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Armstrong CNC with manual machine
I really hate to burst your bubble, but cranking anything by hand will not lead to an optimal result. Extremely experienced machinists can do it, as well as Etch-A-Sketch artists, but this is a hobby forum, and face it, we aren't that skilled at hand feeding.

If you would really like to get that experience, I would suggest getting an Etch-A-Sketch. It is a fantastic tool for learning how to coordinate X and Y plane moves into circular motions.

If you desire consumer grade results, you may wish to upgrade your system to CNC and learn G code. Then the sky really is the limit.

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RE: Armstrong CNC with manual machine - by Eskimo2k - 02-28-2017, 06:29 PM

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