Well, it’s my own fault, I didn’t read the context clues…lol
I needed some mdf quickly and found some on Amazon, next day ship. It’s 6”x8” and 2mm.
I’m going to make it work in this sticky pinch I’m in…but what should I cut this at? It’s a little thinner than 3mm (1/8”) but I’ve got some fine lines.
Anyone use this?
Make a 1" shape to use for test cuts. Start with the medium draftboard cut speed for your model, and speed it up by 10 at a time until one of the test cuts doesn’t cut. The previous speed was the optimal one for that material on your machine.
Thank you! Perfect lesson, for even beyond today’s cut!
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