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herman.gonzalez
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Thanks!

hunter62
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Thanks

gresults
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Donald here located in Magnolia, TX very interested in hearing from some close by that I could maybe come by and check out a machine in operation and see if the jobs I want to run are possible on one of the Shark units.. donald.ethredge@outlook.com

Rando
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Your first stop might be one of the Rockler stores in TX; a phone call ahead to see which model(s) they have in stock.

http://www.rockler.com/retail/stores/tx

Cheers, and welcome!

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gresults
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Tried that did not seem to interested in demo, Keep checking to see if they have a rep day again as I was out of town last time they had one. I did find a used one I can purchase but it is the model prior to current configuration so after reading some post a bit unsure on purchase now.

gresults
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Well tried again today, I really don't think they are very interested in selling these. I asked if they ever do demos was basically told no other than Carvewright when they opened but assume that is I think they are based in Houston. Any chance anyone in Houston.

Rando
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That bites; wish I had a way to get them to run a machine out to you.
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Char
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Thank You
Be the kind of woman a man fears, fix things, build things and do it right the first time!

bigplns
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Re: importing to machine

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can you direct me to a video that will explain how to transfer g code from computer to machine?

Cgode
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Post by Cgode »

Hi guys....newbie here from Connecticut...just purchased a Shark and hope to get it assembled this coming weekend and maybe get my feet wet....not sure if I’m in over my head or not and a little nervous...I guess it’s a journey. I’ll try not to ask too many questions and hope to read a lot quietly and learn.

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