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silverforgestudio

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Hello Admins and Folks- before I go waltzing into "No-no" land... Ive read the forum rules and want to know if I can put a request for a CNC job out to members. All I could find was the "Deal Fairly" rule which actually sounds pretty ok with me!
 

4GSR

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In the buy-sell form, there is a place for such ads. If you can see this, you can post. If you can't, you must become a premium member to be able to see or post to this section.
If you try to post anywhere else, your post will get yanked!
 

markba633csi

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But doing freebees is ok as far as I know
Mark
 

silverforgestudio

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Thanks folks- Appreciate the direction!
 

Wreck™Wreck

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Do you wish to program only or actually run a machine as well?
 

silverforgestudio

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Do you wish to program only or actually run a machine as well?
Sadly I need both- Im not CAD savvy and am just now getting on board looking at CNC items- between my "real job" being nothing related to machining, and the family time Ive been relying on scroll-saw and sandpaper for patterns... now Im having to switch gears and think about time versus $$$ so Im looking to see if the job cost is less than my time lost.
 
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