Copyrights and file upload question

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scotttarnor
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Re: Copyrights and file upload question

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Well I finished the project I received assistance with on this post, I am pretty happy the way they came out, I will be trying the Vcarve toolpath on the heart with "project toolpath on to 3d model" next, I didn't discover that feature till after I completed this one.

I think the Grand daughter will like them !

Thank You all for the assistance.

Scott T
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Very nice work Scott, and your granddaughter will love them! You’re a good grandpa!
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Congratulation Scott on your first 3Ds!!
She's going to Love them :) :)

Looks like that cute New Dog taught an Old Dog a couple of new tricks!! :) :)
That Dog looks Cuddly.....was that clear coat/glaze/clear coated?
Color is Great!!

Did you like 3D and the responses?
They make great gifts, but Hard to find niche market to make money.

Well done Scott!
scott
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scotttarnor
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Yes an old dog can still learn !

The color is minwax "antique maple" applied with a tooth brush and wiped off almost immediately followed up with 2 coats of clear satin spray poly.

I am loving the 3D and I am currently making one for a coworkers daughter with their dogs name.

I think you are right about the market, the cutting time does not look like it would be a profit item, I have already made and sold about 50 signs since getting my machine at the end of August and word of mouth is still spreading with requests almost daily ! They are a lot quicker to turn around and have already funded my purchase of a belt sander !

Sell signs buy more toys and 3D carve in the lulls, I can get use to that !

I love this forum for all the support and encouragement !

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