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Hi Rick,

please do email me some medium resolution images when you get chance - email is jab(at)carve3d(dot)com

Thanks,
James

PS _ nice website and good use of our catalog to let customers choose custom inlays for their cribbage boards...

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Thanks, James
Email sent it is a large file if you don't get it let me know I can send it in smaller files I think there is 5 or 6 pictures.

Rick

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This one I made for myself the fisherman is Quarter sawn Sycamore.

James if you would like pictures for your site let me know

Rick
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Hi Rick, very nice as are the others. The image posted here is actually high enough quality for the site so I will "borrow" that if I may? I really need to spend some time to update the gallery on the site as I have a bunch of stuff to add. So hopefully look out for this one and the others in the next week...

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Thanks, James you sure can borrow this picture for your site.

Rick

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This is my lates cribbage board using a file from JamesB and my new Joes 4x4 Hybrid CNC Router

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Great work, very nice finish. How do you do it? I just cut a 2.5 emblem and have tried a few different ways to get it smooth were the detail is below other surfaces. So far not really happy with my results.

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lovebugjunkie wrote:Great work, very nice finish. How do you do it? I just cut a 2.5 emblem and have tried a few different ways to get it smooth were the detail is below other surfaces. So far not really happy with my results.

george

Thanks George

Finish I use spray lacquer with wool wax after.

Detail I don't change anything from the file I got from James but what I do is tell Cut 3D I am using a 1/16" ballnose with 5% step over (I am not home so don't quote me just a guess for now I will check and let you know if it different) and use 3/32" ballnose. I don't have to sand it every much I think I may have sanded this one about maybe a 1 minute on the outside edge.

I hope this helps.

Rick

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My father and I played quite often, but he is getting to the point where he cannot see very well. Maybe I will make him a larger one for Christmas. Nie boards by the way!
HAPPY CUTTING
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Thanks for the info Rick, I'm going to re-cut my last project with your settings.

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lovebugjunkie wrote:Thanks for the info Rick, I'm going to re-cut my last project with your settings.
Let me know how it works out for you.

Rick

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mboydraska wrote:My father and I played quite often, but he is getting to the point where he cannot see very well. Maybe I will make him a larger one for Christmas. Nie boards by the way!
That is how I got started I made one for my dad than everyone was asking me to make one for them. Well maybe not everyone but it seems to snow ball when you make one there will be more to follow.

Rick

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lovebugjunkie I checked and of course I was wrong it is .005 step over inches 8%

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rdhharm wrote:lovebugjunkie I checked and of course I was wrong it is .005 step over inches 8%

Rick
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Those boards look really great. Really really great. :)

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