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    Posted: 20 February 2017 at 3:53pm
Hi guys,

Just wondering if anyone can give me CNC plans for a hog scoop?

Would save me a lot of time not having to draw them up and would happily pay for the plans if someone feels they've spent enough time creating them to not give em out for free!

Drop us a PM if you can help us out.

Thanks!
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Still after these if anyone can help me out? ££...

Or if not, would just like to know the total size of how much wood is used per hog...just need an idea of how much I need to spend on wood before I cut it.

Cheers...
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just use one of the free cutsheet programs.. can't remember the name of the one people recommend but you'll find it quickly enough. doesn't take long to make a parts list and it'll lay it all out for you. all part of the building process!

crossover jumper things arrived by the way, nice one for that.
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just under 3 sheets per cab. if braced properly...
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Originally posted by cravings cravings wrote:

just use one of the free cutsheet programs.. can't remember the name of the one people recommend but you'll find it quickly enough. doesn't take long to make a parts list and it'll lay it all out for you. all part of the building process!

crossover jumper things arrived by the way, nice one for that.

You are probably talking about MaxCut Embarrassed
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I'm drawing some up for a client this week.

PM me and we can discuss it
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Don't worry I figured out how to use autocad and did em myself! cheers though 
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Originally posted by KingGwarn KingGwarn wrote:

Don't worry I figured out how to use autocad and did em myself! cheers though 


What company are you giving the plans to, to do the cut last company i got a quote from told me 1k
and that was to do 15" mid/tops
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Originally posted by vrc vrc wrote:

Originally posted by KingGwarn KingGwarn wrote:

Don't worry I figured out how to use autocad and did em myself! cheers though 


What company are you giving the plans to, to do the cut last company i got a quote from told me 1k
and that was to do 15" mid/tops

One of my close mates gets to use a cnc machine at work so he cuts it for me!
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