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    are there computerized 'carvers' that can duplicate an object that you have carved?

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    Re: duplication

    There are a number of duplicators, some are computerized, very expensive...but some with a router that can run up to 20 some odd a google search of duplicators....sorry, not sure of the precise name of them!


    • #3
      Re: duplication Here is one that is not real expensive (not cpm[uterized) compared to others. Here is a computerized model No idea how good it or any of them are. I guess if you were planning on going into production and copying the same item, it would be the easiest way to do it.

      To find other models, do a search for CNC CARVERS


      • #4
        Re: duplication

        If you're looking for a company - someone else - to do your duplication, there are lots of places. Rossiter is one who has a 'state of the art' system.

        In the General Carving forum here Al Longo listed a
        non-computerized duplicator for sale
        'I have a 2 spindle Kurtstar duplicator machine that I haven't used in about 4 years, its on a nice heavy roll around stand that I made. any one interested email me Al Longo at [email protected] or call at 417-785-4315.
        I'm located near Branson , Mo.'


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