I posted this on Facebook and posting here for the non-fb users. Need the following assistance please:
Ok guys and gals. I need some help correcting a problem when I was cutting dog holes for my compression clamps. I designed a single bore that was the size I needed with the material and bore the same size. The bore was .8" in diameter and .7" deep. I was using this to manually cut each dog hole. There are 12 dog holes in each strip of MDF. This was a tedious method so I redesigned it. I set up a strip 30" long with all 12 holes laid out. The first strip I cut was wrong. All of the holes came out .9" instead of .8". No changes in toolpath parameters other than cutting 12 holes instead of 1. I ended up deleting the design and starting it over from scratch. This time it worked correctly. Anyway I need to fill up the bad holes and re-cut them correctly. Any recommendations on mixing saw dust with wood glue and making a paste? Ratios of saw dust to glue? Some other type of material? Glue? The spoil board is 3/4" MDF. Any help appreciated.