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kandw
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Submarine Service Pin

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Here is my version of the submarine service pin... This was modeled in Photoshop and illustrator and brought into 3dcut as an stl... I used a 0.0625BN for the carving and a 0.125EM to cut it out... It measures approx. 12inchs across and 4.25 inches tall...
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Very nice work and detail. Thanks for sharing.
Rick

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Looks great - I always take a small gasp when
I see a set of fish pins.
- Bill

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Getting better with every cut... lookin good bro.

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As a former "Bubble Head" myself, all I can say is SWEET! Nice job!

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Also as a former Bubble Head I agrea it looks great. It seem we have more than a few pig boat sailer on this form.
I can use the term pig boat because I did my quals on SS487 build in 1947.

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@kandw
I don’t won’t to be rude but, would you conceder sharing your STL or gcode?
I would like to scale it down to about 8” across and make a cover for the 2” hitch receiver on my truck.
Rob.

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Kandw,

Nice job on the model, it looks great.

David

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Thanks everyone...
Sorry but I don't share or sell my models that I use in my business... There is however a model on vectorart that carves very nice... I used it in the past.

http://www.vectorart3d.com/store/index. ... l&ID=57254

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No need to be sorry, I completely understand.

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