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Old 10-09-2013, 02:45 AM   #11
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I'm in nj what would I look up... I have no idea what to look up

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Old 10-09-2013, 03:40 AM   #12
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I'm in nj what would I look up... I have no idea what to look up
A machine shop that will rent the CNC with the specs programmed in. That's how they do it here. You walk up and mount it , close the door and press start. Just search local machine shops and call around.
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Would they have the specs or do I need to download it? I'm very new to this thanks for all the info... Google machine shop NJ? Then call and ask of the rent out their CNC mill?

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Would they have the specs or do I need to download it? I'm very new to this thanks for all the info... Google machine shop NJ? Then call and ask of the rent out their CNC mill?
Ya , if they are smart they already have it programed in. I not they can get the specs on line. But then It takes hours to program. Best bet is to see if anyone already has it set up. My guy has it for AR15 and AR 10.
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Is CNC a common language or is every brand different?

http://www.cncguns.com/downloads.html

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Is CNC a common language or is every brand different? http://www.cncguns.com/downloads.html
They do have different program languages.
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They do have different program languages.
They do but any program written in standard Gcode/Mcode can probably be ran in any shop in the nation.
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