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Chess board project - Seahorse Knight

Postby Jim Krager » Tue Jan 02, 2018 5:21 pm

Is anyone else having a problem downloading the Seahorse Knight files and instructions?
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Re: Chess board project - Seahorse Knight

Postby rcrick » Tue Jan 02, 2018 8:12 pm

Jim
I just tried it and it worked for me. I am using chrome and my browser.
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Re: Chess board project - Seahorse Knight

Postby scubanimal » Wed Jan 03, 2018 3:34 pm

I sure am having trouble with the links. I've tried different computers, and different networks, but I'm using IE. Guess I'll try firefox.

Just tried Firefox. Had issues as well, but at least was told why. The certificates (security thing) on nextwave's website appear to be not set right; and Firefox refuses to connect. That might be why IE is not connecting as well.

Maybe Tim (or his delegate) can post the files here in the forum until that is resolved ... :) ???

V/R,
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Re: Chess board project - Seahorse Knight

Postby Kayvon » Wed Jan 03, 2018 4:00 pm

Are you downloading from here?
http://shop.nextwaveautomation.com/shop ... nights/50/

It's working fine for me, too.
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Re: Chess board project - Seahorse Knight

Postby rcrick » Thu Jan 04, 2018 10:18 am

Ian
Here are the file for the Seahorse_knight.
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Seahorse_Knight.zip
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NextWave Automation 10th Anniversary Knight.docx
(1.11 MiB) Downloaded 96 times
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Re: Chess board project - Seahorse Knight

Postby Jim Krager » Thu Jan 04, 2018 2:10 pm

Thank you everyone, I used Chrome and was able to download files.
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Re: Chess board project - Seahorse Knight

Postby scubanimal » Mon Jan 08, 2018 11:05 pm

rcrick wrote:Ian
Here are the file for the Seahorse_knight.
Rick


Thank you very much Rick. I tried several other means, and the security settings I think are what are preventing me from opening the links. I tried both the links from Nextwave's email, and of course tried their site.

Thanks again!!
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Re: Chess board project - Seahorse Knight

Postby Sawman » Thu Jan 11, 2018 8:42 pm

Greetings

I have had my CNC Shark Pro for a while I am no pro I have a question I started making this chess set I have the pattern board and the Jig all cut out and working the problem is when. I go to make the Piranha Pawn I set the Z axis off the top of the block of wood. I have it to the 1.78 " spec 2.5 wide x 8 in long set the z off the top of the material and the Bit drives down deep in the wood. I set the z off the top of the block as he mentioned in the video he has with the project. I have also noticed the machine tries to go up past the carriage, that will throw it off also.I upgraded the shark program to 1.6, installed the latest firmware. I formatted the disk and still nothing. I have the same Question in to Next wave but I have got no answer the machine only has 4.25 clearance for the head to move with the jig the wood and the Bit there might not be enough room to run the program? out of ideas figured I would ask thanks its probably something so simple but I can't see it.
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Re: Chess board project - Seahorse Knight

Postby Kayvon » Fri Jan 12, 2018 11:34 am

Sawman wrote:the Bit drives down deep in the wood
I'm having some trouble parsing what you wrote (please consider formatting it into sentences!), but this sounds very similar to your previous issue: viewtopic.php?f=12&t=1866&p=21499#p21499
Follow the instructions from tonydude to prevent the bit from driving down into the wood.

If your gantry is trying to go to high instead (I think I caught that gist from your post), you can measure how much vertical space is available and adjust the parameters in VCarve so the gantry doesn't go so high when traveling above that material. That configuration is found on the right-hand pane in the material settings.
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Re: Chess board project - Seahorse Knight

Postby Sawman » Sun Jan 14, 2018 9:34 pm

I am sorry for having to ask a ? not all of us have a a great education like you thats why we ask its a forum not a creative writing site.I thought a place where no one criticizes what you ask for just help

(please consider formatting it into sentences!),
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