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Post Info TOPIC: CUTTING THIN CARBON FIBER, .016 THICK 34.00 X 35.00 WITH SEVERAL HOLE LOCATIONS AND A + - .005 TOL


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CUTTING THIN CARBON FIBER, .016 THICK 34.00 X 35.00 WITH SEVERAL HOLE LOCATIONS AND A + - .005 TOL
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ANY ONE HAVE EXP CUTTING THIS? ANY HOLDING SUGGESTIONS, I WILL TRY TO SANDWICH BETWEEN TWO PCS OF .O62 ALUMINUM ???? ANY SUGGESTIONS??

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I HAVE A ONE YEAR OLD OMAX 60120 WITH A TILTAJET.

 



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When I cut this, I glue it to a piece of $12 wood from Home Depot. I hold the wood down with some blocks of steel and I've never had it shift on me. With my Mitsubishi Suprema with ITC I am able to hold a tolerance of .005 with no problems. However, when cutting this thin, I do not use the ITC or abrasive. Hope this helps.

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