Large Wildlife Carvings

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JamesB
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Large Wildlife Carvings

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I met an Aspire customer, Rusty Dziubanek, at the IWF show last week who showed me the photos of his work on his phone. I was suitably impressed at the size and quality and asked him if I could post them on the forum here. These were designed and cut using Aspire on a Laguna CNC Router. Thanks to Rusty for sending these over to me.

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James
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JamesB,

The gentleman does outstanding work!
Thanks for posting.

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WOW MAKES ME WONDER HOLD LONG THE CUT TOOK. LOOKS GREAT.

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WOW that is sharp he did some really nice work!!

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Very nice work. Now that I have a larger machine I'm contemplating doing something along these lines in my dining room when I'm done remodeling it.

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What can I say but great work and WOW! dh
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That is really nice!!!

Did he say how he did it? Looks like it is one piece of wood, even the top and bottom molding. I don't see any places where he joined the wood. This guy is a very skilled woodworker.

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MarkJohnston wrote:That is really nice!!!

Did he say how he did it? Looks like it is one piece of wood, even the top and bottom molding. I don't see any places where he joined the wood. This guy is a very skilled woodworker.

Mark
If I had to guess, maybe 4" or so strips held together on router table, tiled toolpaths, then edges slightly beveled on jointer to make the curve?
But your right, the look is seamless on the curved wall.

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WOW - AWESOME

It is amazing what some ingenuity can do.

And to thing - we have all of this at out finger tips.

Thank you so much for posting that.
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Re: Large Wildlife Carvings

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I was thinking a two rail sweep with a huge radius third vector.
However he did it, it's a great carving.
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