Neo-Classical Mantle Clock

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Neo-Classical Mantle Clock

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I finally made the leap from V-Carve Pro to Aspire. The new capabilities are phenomenal and I now have lots of new stuff to learn. I looked back at some of Michael Tyler's monthly projects that were Aspire only and found the Neo-Classical Mantle Clock. It was beautiful so I made it from the plans and downloadable files. Perfect in every respect. Thank you Mr. Tyler, you are a true artist and I learn so much studying your projects and how you generate the tool paths. Here is a photo of the completed clock. I took several process photos along the way that will soon become a new blog on my website.

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Very nice, I also do like the look of your workshop in the background. What is your website?.

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Nice work.

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Very Nice. I hope to make the leap to Aspire soon as well. Love your website by the way. Quite an expanse of experience.
Thanks for sharing.
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Mark,

Great job on the clock. I'm also about to pull the trigger on Aspire.

Have one issue with your workshop though...... It's too clean ;-}
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highpockets wrote:Mark,

Great job on the clock. I'm also about to pull the trigger on Aspire.

Have one issue with your workshop though...... It's too clean ;-}
I feel that. But awesome work none the less.
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Hi Mark,

Your clock is beautiful! I'm so glad to know you are enjoying the projects and look forward to seeing more photos of your work (and your workshop)!

Thank you for the kind words and congrats on your decision to become an Aspire owner. The world is all yours now!
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MTSO wrote:Very nice, I also do like the look of your workshop in the background. What is your website?.

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Brian:
You can get to my website http://www.markswoodchips.com by clicking on the little globe icon on the right hand side of the forum page. I'm not sure how to reply with quotes so this message may look a bit odd.

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Thanks to all for the nice comments! I try to keep my workshop clean for safety purposes and fire prevention, thanks for noticing. I wish it was three times the size but if so, I would probably be forced to buy more machines to fill it up. :D

Mark

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Looks good to me to :lol: :lol:

Like your website but think you have priced that Bud Vase far to cheaply for the amount of work that must go into them :lol: :lol:

Aspire is quite a steep learning curve if you want to produce your own 3d models but the good thing is that there is still tons of things you can do with it while you are trying to learn :lol: :lol:

Oh & yes, if you had a bigger workshop you would definitely find new equipment to fill up the space :oops:

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Beautiful!
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