Largest project so far.

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Largest project so far.

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This is a 78 in sign carved in my 24 " capacity Shark. All designed in Aspire... great system. 16 tiles to carve it, and I had a few near misses on the tiles, but generally had no fatal errors
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Very nice. Well done.

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Excellent. What kind of wood did you use? Is it finished as shown or will you be doing more work to apply a finish?

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Really nice work. Will you be painting it? Be sure to show us the finished product!

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I had a shark for my first CNC and I would not have tried that, good show great project!

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Wow!! Would never have dared that:)
Very nice to know it can be done in Aspire!
Now it's got me wondering what tiling in VCP and an import of a Cut3D does? Anybody tried that?
GREAT work on a smaller machine!
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Great job! And what a great reminder to all of us not to limit our imagination by the size of our machines!

Mike :D

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I actually have an order for two of these for this community. They are made of 3" x 12" spruce. i made them in to 24 " x 80" pieces for the runs.

The finished pieces will have the center carved area painted, and the raise surface of the letters and outer circled painted.. Than several coats of Marines Spar varnish to golden them up and provide some US protection. installation is in May.

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Nice

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Very Cool I especially like the The moose.
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Great job looks good . I've been wanting to try a panel project . pop's
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Wow. I don't think I would have tried that on my Shark. Very well done. I look forward to seeing the finished product.

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mikeacg wrote:Great job! And what a great reminder to all of us not to limit our imagination by the size of our machines!

Mike :D
Well said Mike, and very well done Scott. I have tried some pretty detailed work in the past that really tested my resolve. I'm sure this played on your patience as well.

keep up the great work and keep posting.
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Thanks all for you comments.

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You gotta love BIG work.. I absolutely admire this work you have done,, Bring it for show and tell !! LOL !!
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