First successful job without making a hash of it

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helensdad
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First successful job without making a hash of it

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This is a name plaque for my eldest daughter's horse. Made from Ash with a 0,125in endmill.

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Congrats on your first non-hash piece! :)
First one is always special!
Of course as you get better....You'll look at it and say "I shoulda...................................................................................................................." :D :D

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Don't want to hand it over now! :( :( :(

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She'll LOVE it!!! :D :D
The fact that the very first piece you made was for HER......You'd have a fight on your hands getting it away from her:)
Sign the back!! :D
Good Job!!!
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Sorry that came out wrong..not intended....I'm my own worst critic :(
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Not bad at all.

Are you aware why the letters are joined like that ?
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Xxray wrote:Not bad at all.

Are you aware why the letters are joined like that ?
I only had a 1/4 inch endmill to hand, a 1/8 inch one would have cleared between the letters....

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Scott is right - the first is a masterpiece. WELL WORTH putting on display.
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First success is always special. My kids and grandkids have all their firsts from me, from a very long time ago. Your daughter will Love it, as I do ( my name as you can see ). Keep cutting and enjoy it always.

Dave

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