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tamky69
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clamp down

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any ideas how to clamp down negative y axis using full deminsions

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Kayvon
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Re: clamp down

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I'm not sure what you're asking.

Are you trying to clamp the material down on an axis? Or change the g-code to prevent a movement direction or boundary? Is this a VCarve/Aspire question?

tamky69
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iM TRYING TO CLAMP DOWN PART OF BOARD CLOSEST TO ME WILL USING 12 INCH WIDE X AXIS AND 13 INCH Y AXIS

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Bob
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In order to better understand your question, I would appreciate seeing a drawing or photo of the situation.
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Kayvon
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Yes, a picture would help substantially. With what little we know here, the only answer I can offer is, "Use a clamp," which probably isn't as helpful as you wanted.

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