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    Work we produce

    3d, vcarve, machining, signs,
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    Solid Maple?

    Quote Originally Posted by james mcgrew View Post
    3d, vcarve, machining, signs,
    Jim is that solid maple?
    I have a cousin in Santa Barbara CA. that's a amateur sailor,
    he eats and breaths all things sailing, he would be impressed as much as I am.
    I really cannot wait until I can produce quality like that.
    Did you create that file yourself?
    What type of finish did you use?
    What art the dimensions?
    More details please
    Last edited by Keith Outten; 08-29-2008 at 7:55 PM.
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]Camaster Cobra 408 working table size 48 x 98
    Wincnc,AspireII,PhotoVcarve,Cut3D
    HX6090SE 60Wworking table 23X36
    LaserCut 5.3
    Coreldraw X3, photograV 3.0, Photozoom3

    Sawmill Creek is financed in part through member contributions.
    Many members just like you have found extraordinary value in becoming a financial supporter of SMC.


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    file is from one of the services i cant remember which ohe there are several vector art 3d has it!
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    ran 300ipm in yellow wood about two hours 10% stepover and very light sanding!

    jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by james mcgrew View Post
    file is from one of the services i cant remember which ohe there are several vector art 3d has it!
    \
    ran 300ipm in yellow wood about two hours 10% stepover and very light sanding!

    jim
    yellow wood? Pine?
    Thanks for the Information. and again nice work.
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]Camaster Cobra 408 working table size 48 x 98
    Wincnc,AspireII,PhotoVcarve,Cut3D
    HX6090SE 60Wworking table 23X36
    LaserCut 5.3
    Coreldraw X3, photograV 3.0, Photozoom3

    Sawmill Creek is financed in part through member contributions.
    Many members just like you have found extraordinary value in becoming a financial supporter of SMC.


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    what i was hoping was to provoke some ionto showing what you do with your cnc!!



    flutes
    vector art 3d rosette, vcarve and a machine for printing money!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by james mcgrew View Post
    what i was hoping was to provoke some ionto showing what you do with your cnc!!



    flutes
    vector art 3d rosette, v carve and a machine for printing money!!
    what a nice piece of work. I am happy to see it... Good work james just keep it up and do not loose any work to post

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    Tree of Life

    From VectorArt. 18" x 18" x 1.25" Cut along Y using Gary Beckwith's bits
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    looking good!!

    i wish i had more time!!

    jim

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    Join Date
    Dec 2006
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    Santa Maria, CA., USA
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    Neville

    Nice work - is that your vacuum setup (slide valve) sticking out from beneath your table. If so, can we get some more details and photos pls. It looks like a real compact arrangement.

    Pete

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    Vac table

    Yes thats the vac system affectionately known as 9-15. I'm heading up to Norman Oklahoma to a workshop at Joe Crumley's in the morning. I'll post pics of the vac, table and all I learn from the most talented Mr. Crumley. Short & sweet, but I wanted to at least, respond. Neville

  11. That's some very nice work.

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    Joe Crumley's Workshop

    Well just got back from Joes workshop, We learned lots of neat processes & tricks, including Sculpt Nouveau, designed, cut & finished the sign above us - Great time !! A big thanks to Joe, Gary, Chris, Doug, Leon, Pat, Dave, Bruce, Ken & Leon.
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    i have been keeping up with the sculpt noveau on shop bot!, that looks great!

    jim

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    new dust foot

    here is a new dust foot as the old one did not allow enough cfm's to be truley effective.

    jim
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    Very Nice James - well made & I presume very effective.

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