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Inserting notes using Lisp commands is a basic use of the Lisp programming language, but it is something that I take advantage of countless times throughout the day. It is much faster than...
By Seth Emery

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When trimming or extending in AutoCAD, fencing speeds things up by allowing you to trim multiple objects at the same time...
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Learning how to use the UCS (User Coordinate System) will help you with many things. You can move or draw objects perpendicular or parallel to objects that are not aligned with 0° or 90°.
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Many times when you import a countertop shape into AutoCAD, none of the profiled edges are lined up with 0°.  For countertops with sink cutouts, cooktop cutouts, etc., I like to line up the edge parallel...
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Turn a simple plastic sheet and your CNC into a vacuum table.  Of course it's not as good as the real thing but it actually works pretty well.

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One of the most difficult edge profiles designed for solid surface counter, is the 'No-Drip' edge.  Some fabricators refer to it as a 'Marine Edge'.  Making it look smooth and seamless, takes a bit of practice and patient.

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