Wall Panels

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buck4
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Wall Panels

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Finished the wall job for Bay County Road Comm. and Water & Sewer Department.
16 panels each 2 foot square and 1 1/2" thick solid hard Maple.
Aspire Rocks !!!
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Re: Wall Panels

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Nice!
Wondering.. how are they mounted?
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Niicee :)
What a job
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Nice work.

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Lovely job

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Re: Wall Panels

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Looks fantastic. Question, is there a tutorial for how you set multi sheets in Aspire?.

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MTSO, each panel was done as its own profile, all the fonts had to be redone and changed into a true type fonts because the designer wanted sharp corners and the out line of the county was taken off a bit map. With the panels spaced 1 3/4", lots of vector lines and node editing. (total time in Aspire was approx 16 hours) sure there are many members that could cut that time in half.

Rich O, I was commissioned to carve the images onto the panels, the contractor supplied all the material, and hung the panels on the wall. I did sent a email with the same question you ask, I will let you know when he apply s back.

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Brian MTSO, this may give you an insight on how I did the complete wall. Layed all the 2' sq panels spaced 13/4" apart. Droped in the bit map and started drawn. Then each panel was made into its own file, to create the tool paths and machining.
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Rick O, the answer to your quwstion, is they used Monarch Z Chips
http://www.monarchmetal.com/z-clip-selector-tool/

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