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    I stumbled across a site that advertizes a home built duplicating machine. It is called a 'Duplicarver'. It sounds like something that could be used to make rough outs at home. Has anybody tried this thing? The site is at
    I have no conection to this fella, but fer $20 it don't sound bad, if it works ???

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