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slicing with Aspire

PostPosted: Tue Jan 01, 2019 12:53 am
by scottart
I have put off trying to slice a model with Aspire, but have a few projects that just need depth beyond my Z range, so am taking a test run here.

Started out reviewing Ms Beki's training video on the Apple.... She does a great job.

Than laid out this design.. An owl in a Gnarly olde tree with a snow globe stuck in the tree, I laid it out on a 2 x 4 board 1 inch thick. The model is 4 " thick so will require four layers / slices.

The video and slicing tool worked great, but I can see that taking some time to lay it out to avoid fragile areas on some of the Slices would help. And I should have drilled done this two sided so I could put in dowl pilot holes to make it easier to line up parts.

All in all it is a cool tool. I will post more pictures as I finish this up and paint it.

thanks for looking.

Scott

Re: slicing with Aspire

PostPosted: Tue Jan 01, 2019 1:04 am
by WNC_Ed
Looks like your test run is a spectacular success!
Congrats.

Re: slicing with Aspire

PostPosted: Tue Jan 01, 2019 2:11 am
by highpockets
Nice work Scott. I've played with simple slices, but nothing that big or complicated. Well done.

Thanks for sharing....

Re: slicing with Aspire

PostPosted: Tue Jan 01, 2019 10:30 am
by scottp55
Wonderful First Try Scott!!
Can't wait to see it painted...the Teddy Bear "Snowglobe" blew me away :)
Did you do that model? Is it for sale? Or mind telling me where you bought it?
I'm really liking it(minus the "Snowglobe")
Greatly resembles a Great Horned Owl that was sitting on a gnarly old tree in my beaver pond the other day when too dark to take a pic:(
I'd like to take a stab at taking just the Owl, and putting him on a branch from the pond.
LOVE your paint jobs!
Never sliced anything yet either :oops:
scott