3D old man face

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mark-s
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3D old man face

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Just finished this yesterday.
4 inch, maple, clear coat.
.125 ball nose bit.
Took about 1/2 hr. to cut.
Sure like doing 3D images.
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CNC OLD MAN FACE 5 INCH.jpg

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AND You're getting good at it! :)

That model was one of my first's, and still love it!
When I! showed it...some smart aleck here said;
Who did the scan of you Scott? Remarkably accurate!" :D :D
OLD MAN LINSEED WAX 1 LIGHT COAT.jpg

Personally think it's my face when I look in a mirror when I first wake up and realize I ain't a young pup anymore:)


Nice Mark!
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Hope you didn't mind me posting the pic Mark:(

I got mine from 27Newstyle years ago, but he's cut way back. and don't see it anymore
https://www.ebay.com/sch/27newstyle/m.h ... pg=&_from=
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Is that file available for download?

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GerryAttrick wrote:Is that file available for download?
Its normally on that well known auction site, search for old men 3d model or something similar.

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I found that model on the net for free, makes even better. LOL
Thank You Scott, you can post a picture and comment in my thread anytime.
You do great work.
I just keep looking for eye catching 3D modes on the net have some good ones.
Thanks everyone.
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It looks great.

Here is my version.

Jim
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Thanks Mark:)
I have NO sense of Forum etiquette, as only ever been active on this and Shopbot's forum.
Sometimes uncultured and hijack a thread like THIS :)

WONDERFUL look Jimmy D!!
I THINK I know how you jigged up that piece of Eastern White Cedar(?)(Juniper), BUT do you mind going into how you prepped and jigged the "Scrap:)" up?
My "Plow" guy also runs a tree service, and may be doing a Topo for him in exchange for Burls and interesting branches.
I LOVE using "Scrap"!
(virtually no such thing as scrap wood for me:)
My version started out as a scrap from a proto Cribbage Board, and only finished the S2S after I liked the cut so much.
I was just a beginner back then, and used an Offset toolpath as I would have SWORN it started at the tip of his Nose....WRONG!
Started just below his nose, and startled me on the first Plunge!! :oops: :)
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OLD MAN 2 CRIB BOARD SCRAP.jpg
OLD MAN 1.jpg
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