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    Thank You George M. Perzel

    I wanted to thank George for his generous donation of cherry and walnut wood thins As you all know I was looking for a way to get a darker engraving for the key fobs I make to give to Veterans. George offered as many as I need , and sent a box full of cherry and walnut. This was my first test run on cherry. The first USMC was a trial , I adjusted the settings a bit and ran one of each branch. I think were good to go. I can now poly all the pieces and get to work. Thank again George
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    Bert

    The applique of the horse and rider on this trunk was made from George's walnut wood thins. http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthre...unk-Commission
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    Wow thats an awesome trunk.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bert Kemp View Post
    I wanted to thank George for his generous donation of cherry and walnut wood thins As you all know I was looking for a way to get a darker engraving for the key fobs I make to give to Veterans. George offered as many as I need , and sent a box full of cherry and walnut. This was my first test run on cherry. The first USMC was a trial , I adjusted the settings a bit and ran one of each branch. I think were good to go. I can now poly all the pieces and get to work. Thank again George
    Vets key Fob.jpg
    If the Help and advice you received here was of any VALUE to you PLEASE! Become a Contributor
    Rabbit RL_XX_6040-60 watt Laser engraving/cutting machine Oh wait its a 3D Printer my bad LOL
    Lasercut 5.3
    CorelDraw X5

    10" Miter Saw with slide
    10" Table Saw
    8" bench mount 5 speed Drill Press
    Dremel, 3x21 Belt Sander


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