Bill's 1st Lithophane attempt...

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Bill's 1st Lithophane attempt...

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The Great American Bald Eagle...
I put a pen in front to show the proportions of the lithophane.
The cut area is 12.5" by 8.33" and the material is bone white corian 1/4" stock.
I used a 0.031" ball nose bit.

Bill Schober
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Front-lighting
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Back-lighting

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Impressive, excellent detail.

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Nice work Bill.
Welcome to the litho addiction club. :D

You'll be cleaning up little white static chips like the rest of us.

Luv to make these things and they $ell very well....to bad they take so long to cut.

Chuck

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That is simply breathtaking! I may have to try one of those...maybe...someday...in my spare time. :roll:

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VCarving Pogo... :roll:
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Bill,
Now THAT is what I have been waiting on!!

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