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Postby keith » Sat Aug 26, 2006 11:09 am

Good to see such a strong forum.

Looking forward to bringing some control of manufacture back into the workshop. Having had my models printed in the past and seeing delivery times reach 10 days for a wax.

I can see myself having to invest in some form of casting equipment, in the not-too-far distant future - just to keep up with the speed of wax production.

Hope I can contribute something to the Rhino section.


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Postby frog113 » Sat Aug 26, 2006 12:39 pm

Welcome aboard!


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Postby Jwlrymkr » Sat Aug 26, 2006 12:43 pm

Hi Keith. Its great to have you aboard!
You are truly a rhino guru and it's a pleasure to have someone with your knowledge on the forum!
I enjoy your forum as well and appreciate all the help you have given tto me in the past.


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Postby Chris » Sat Aug 26, 2006 12:57 pm

Welcome to the gang.


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Postby Colin Creed » Sat Aug 26, 2006 3:33 pm

Welcome Keith,

With your knowledge of Rhino, you shouldn't have too many problems on the design side of things :wink:
I look forward to learning more from your input.

regards Colin

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Postby jeff dunnington » Sat Aug 26, 2006 10:54 pm

Welcome Kieth

Glad to have you as a part of our forum. There is no doubt you will add a great dimension to our Club.

To all the 3dwaxmillers. As you see in other welcome messages to Keith, He is an Rhino expert and has a great website, Forum and offers invaluable Rhino Jewelry tutorials. His web site is http://www.cadwax.com

I highly recommend anyone wanting to advance into a more advanced CAD program you look at Rhino with Keith's Tutorials.

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Welcome Keith

Postby Winstone » Mon Aug 28, 2006 12:31 pm

Welcome Keith,
We are a diverse lot. Each person does different things with their mills.
Read the posts, keep a notebook, log times and settings, try out some of the 3de patterns and see what you can do with the MDX machine. Roland has a neat set of bundled programs. After using them for almost 2 years, I discover new and interesting things that I never dreamed the machine would do, that largely comes from what the guys and gals post in the club. Welcome aboard, experiment and enjoy.... Winstone

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