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Gone but not forgotten

Post by rjeff » 12 Dec 2018, 22:45

Well I am popping in again to say hello. I hate that I have been gone, way to long, but life has been super busy. I will try to be on here more, maybe even try to do some art here and there. My main software at the moment is Solidworks, since that is what I use at work every day. I have also taken up Metal Detecting, which is just plain fun, and I have a CNC router that will be here Friday. So for any concerned, I am not dead, just living life.

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Post by spacekdet » 12 Dec 2018, 22:54

Re: Metal detecting; check out ' Aquachigger ' on YooToob. I think you'll like it.
The only interesting thing I ever found with mine were property line stakes. WooHoo!

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Post by RAYMAN » 13 Dec 2018, 06:44

Hi! Welcome back!
Solidworks is awsome! Its realy my world the procedural nurbs thing! The cool thing about it...is that you can model with booleans without headache!!! Thats something I dont like about poly modeling...!

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Post by bitkar » 14 Dec 2018, 10:27

hey, wb, try some monthly modeling contests ;)
Michal aka bitkar
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Post by Finis » 15 Dec 2018, 17:04

Rjeff is here! Welcome back!
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Post by Steinie » 17 Dec 2018, 12:37

Welcome back!
I use the White's metal detector.

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Post by rjeff » 02 Feb 2019, 05:49

spacekdet wrote:
12 Dec 2018, 22:54
Re: Metal detecting; check out ' Aquachigger ' on YooToob. I think you'll like it.
The only interesting thing I ever found with mine were property line stakes. WooHoo!
Yes I love Aquachigger, I also watch Quarter hoarder, Greenmoutain Detecting, The Hoover Boys and Nuggetnoggin. Aqua is funny to watch.

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Post by rjeff » 02 Feb 2019, 05:51

Steinie wrote:
17 Dec 2018, 12:37
Welcome back!
I use the White's metal detector.
I have a Garrett AT Pro. Really love. The only thing I don't like is it is not great for the beach. I can only hunt where the water was, not in. The salt wreaks havoc on my signal.

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Post by rjeff » 02 Feb 2019, 05:53

RAYMAN wrote:
13 Dec 2018, 06:44
Hi! Welcome back!
Solidworks is awsome! Its realy my world the procedural nurbs thing! The cool thing about it...is that you can model with booleans without headache!!! Thats something I dont like about poly modeling...!
Solidworks is a very powerful tool. It really took me some time to get used to it, coming from TS. Solid model design is way different than mesh modeling.

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