3D masks

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stankern
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3D masks

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african masks
these were *.stl files used butternut wood a bit over 2in thick and end mills 3 in long to get the clearance
they take about 46 min to 55 min cnc time
The dust collector housing rides close to the work so you have to watch it doesn't hit
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scottp55
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Re: 3D masks

Post by scottp55 »

NICE Stan! Not my Taste but very nice workmanship! How's butternut to work 3D? Got some, but all I've done is surface some. Makes shop smell good :)
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stankern wrote: african masks
these were *.stl files used butternut wood a bit over 2in thick and end mills 3 in long to get the clearance
they take about 46 min to 55 min cnc time
The dust collector housing rides close to the work so you have to watch it doesn't hit
Very nice. Where did you get the *.stl files ?
I would like to make a few of them.
Thank you for sharing. :D

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butternut is like a brown basswood,machines ok one side smooth smooth ,the other hairy like basswood
Does smell good ,not like old musty basswood.
The *.stl files were googled and free for the download
I saw these in a sharon stone movie,she had them all lined up on a coffee table, i liked the look so i made 4
she had 6

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