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An Essential Starting Point For Any Vacuum Table is The Gasket Between Your Grid Table and MDF Spoilboard. “The Lip of The Freezer Door” to Focus Your Vacuum Through The Top of Your MDF Spoilboard

The very first thing that is needed for CNC Router Vacuum success? Grid Gasket for the table itself. Get that air-tight seal and prevent leak from that gap that exists between the table and the spoilboard/fixture board.

What product produces the best vacuum performance for your table? Depends on the size of your table’s channels. Square channels need square gasket. And the proper size is crucial. Too short and there will not be a seal, causing vacuum leak. Too tall above the channel and the gasket will not be able to “zero out” on the z-depth, causing vacuum leak.

All Star custom cuts gasket to fit any table’s channel dimensions. In order to MAX YOUR VAC, start at the “foundation of the house” with proper Grid Gasket. Our customers have been getting more parts in less time for 20+ years because we help them reduce vacuum related challenges.

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MAX YOUR VAC with All Star CNC Products’ YouTube channel & Mike Murphy

 

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MAX YOUR VAC with All Star CNC Products and Mike Murphy

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All Star CNC Products’ Video Playlist

No better source to MAX YOUR VAC for CNC Router operators than All Star CNC Products’ new and expanding YouTube Channel. It can be found at:

YouTube.com/c/ALLSTARCNCPRODUCTS

The videos we are creating are designed to help educate any shop having vacuum-related challenges when it comes to holding their parts. Our goal is to improve the vacuum clamping capabilities of CNC Routers, and to hold parts more securely for a higher degree in quality with less waste in both time in money. More parts in less time. MAX YOUR VAC with All Star CNC Products YouTube Videos.

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CNC Collaboration with CR Onsrud

A big “THANK YOU” goes out to the team at CR Onsrud, Inc. for hosting All Star CNC and Head Coach Mike Murphy in town a few months back.

          We were asked to collaborate on some videos together, designed to educate customers on the importance of gasket and how crucial it is in getting the maximum performance out of a CNC Router’s vacuum table. They have amazing routers being made there in Troutman, NC capable of amazing things. So don’t let a leaky spoilboards or vacuum tables be the weak-link in terms of what size/speed/performance your router is capable of. Our Gaskets create an air-tight clamping environment, making more parts in less time. MAX YOUR VAC with All Star CNC Gasket Products.

CR Onsrud will be at #iwf2022 in a few weeks. Be sure to stop by and see what they have to offer!

All Star CNC Products will also be attending #iwf2022 in a few weeks. Come say hi and meet Head Coach Mike Murphy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HEAyh9RpPQ

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If you plan to cut parts on your CNC router this week, remember…

If you are having trouble holding your parts properly somebody may tell you that you need to upgrade to a larger vacuum pump on your CNC vacuum table. That same person may tell you that if your ice cream is melting, that you’ll need a stronger, more powerful freezer. Upgrading either will cost money.  Not just the cost of initial upgrade, but the increase cost of additional electricity consumption as well.  We here at All Star CNC Products say, before upgrading your vacuum pump (or your freezer for that matter), make sure that all of your seals are preventing leak.

Vacuum pressure leak is why vacuum tables can’t hold parts.  The proper gasket material is essential to holding parts.  An air-tight system holds parts firmly in place, allowing to cut more parts in less time.  MAX YOUR VAC with All Star CNC Products, your ONLY solution to CNC gasket.

Comes see us at #iwf2022 in Atlanta, booth B6524 to learn more about how we have been helping our customers maximize their vacuum performance for over two decades.     #allstarcnc #cncgasket #cncrouter #spoilboard

 

More Vacuum or More Gasket?

What Can You do to Improve Your Vacuum’s Performance?

You can’t turn your vacuum up to 11, but you can hold parts more securely using gasket!

There are two modes of thought using gasket. First is using our Grid Gasket to seal the bottom perimeter of your porous spoilboard or dedicated fixture. This will help focus your draft through the top of your porous material or vacuum ports and will secure your working area for your parts to rest on.

The next step is creating an airtight seal between your spoilboard and your raw material, the parts we want to cut. We do this using a variety of gasket methods as no two shops or projects are the same.

Our On-Board adhesive gasket is best suited for short run projects and is a peel and stick gasket tape. This is the quick and dirty method of creating a semi dedicated fixture on your spoilboard.

The Tile Gasket is excellent for full sheet and nested program cutting applications where sizes and shapes vary between sheets of material and final product. With vacuum holes punched every one inch it is possible to hold onto parts as small at 3″ x  4″ square.

Cover Gasket is a full sheet of gasket material that covers the entire surface of the spoilboard. This material is used to create a stencil of your product with an area removed for a vacuum space to be created. Great for small parts with narrow corners and sharp edges.

With a good seal and proper vacuum there is no need to screw down small parts, use clamps or buy a larger pump.

Stop the leak, Hold it better, Cut it better, Profit Better.

MAX YOUR VAC with All Star CNC.

WEEKLY RECAP, 2022 WEEK 29

All Star CNC Weekly Recap 7/18 – 7/25

Busy week here at All Star CNC as we continue to add 10 new customers and assist those looking to improve their vacuum’s performance.

– Monday

We helped a new client with their Biesse CNC router utilizing our Tile Gasket to improve the holding and cutting capabilities for small ABS plastic parts.

-Tuesday

Updated our Youtube channel and added our new Cover Gasket and InBoard Gasket videos to our playlist.

Assisted a new customer with their Techno LC, 4 x 8, CNC table by recommending the correct Grid Gasket size for their table and spoilboard.

-Wednesday

Recommended a new client working in the cabinetry industry to our Tile Gasket as means to improve their Nesting Base Manufacturing by optimizing vacuum surface space for custom design cabinetry.

-Thursday

A customer was recommended to us by Camaster to improve their vacuum table’s performance in holding custom molding and narrow lumber. Diagnosed their vacuum leak problem and was able to recommend some of our Grid Gasket along with our Tile Gasket to improve vacuum surface space.

Weekly Recap, 2022 Week 28

All Star CNC Products Weekly Recap 7/11-7/15

Some of this week’s highlights in the world of Gasket and CNC routers. As always, we look to improve vacuum performance when it comes holding products and cutting small parts.

 

This week we have added and introduced 11 new clients to gaskets as a method to improve their holding capabilities with their CNC routers.

 

Our Tile Gaskets continue to be a popular seller when it comes to Nested Base Manufacturing and custom design to optimize vacuum clamping without a dedicated fixture.

 

Mike has been preparing his presentation for the International Woodworking Fair in Atlanta and we are excited to unveil some new products that have been in research and development over the last year.

 

We continue to build up our inventory to ensure all orders can be filled and shipped the same day. Making it easier for customers to receive their products in a timely manner without manufacturing delays.

 

Look out for our monthly News Letter where we will be showing off our “Fixture of the Month” and give brief introductions to the different styles and uses of dedicated and fabricated fixtures. Including guitar manufacturing, custom signs, and cabinetry parts.