YouTube Videos - Show us what you are cutting

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great video! i really like the use of sign foam as well

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cabnet636 wrote:great video! i really like the use of sign foam as well

jim

Thanks Jim, I like the signfoam a lot, the price just scares most people away.....
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swaggs21 wrote:
cabnet636 wrote:great video! i really like the use of sign foam as well

jim

Thanks Jim, I like the signfoam a lot, the price just scares most people away.....
10 or 15lb the price i have been quoted is about $210.00 for a 4x8 sheet 3/4" thick, is that about right?

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joecnc2006 wrote:
swaggs21 wrote:
cabnet636 wrote:great video! i really like the use of sign foam as well

jim

Thanks Jim, I like the signfoam a lot, the price just scares most people away.....
10 or 15lb the price i have been quoted is about $210.00 for a 4x8 sheet 3/4" thick, is that about right?

Joe
They don't carry 10lb in 3/4 at the distributor I work with

15lb - 4' x 8' x 3/4" $191.18
18lb - 4' x 8' x 3/4" $220.44

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Here is an engagement ring box I cut for a friend. Wanted to originally wanted to do it in Cut3D, but didnt have the 1/16" ball nose to get the resolution I wanted.

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A jewelry box I am cutting for our youth leader at church. This a video of the sides, the top and shelf should be cut this weekend I hope.

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swaggs21 wrote:A jewelry box I am cutting for our youth leader at church. This a video of the sides, the top and shelf should be cut this weekend I hope.

Nice, gotta love V-Carve Pro.. :)

I like how you use old wood and come out with nice pieces.

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Thanks Joe :D

Another video of the Hybrid cutting, this is for a teaching aide at one of our youth classes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGqboE-v3JM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSCTM4pY2fA

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PrecisionAE kinda took over this thead with its Total 5 post on this forum, is that an advertisement?

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joecnc2006 wrote:PrecisionAE kinda took over this thead with its Total 5 post on this forum, is that an advertisement?
I agree Joe.

PrecisionAE - This Forum is for users to show their work and not for blatant advertising, so some of your posts have been removed.

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aspire making a moorish column that will eventually have burl inlays, this is gonna be some bathroom when we are done with it, she wants carvings everywhere!!



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Well its time for an update hardly ever posting here but lurk from time to time. Tony you can add these to my list on the first page :) all done in VcarvePro

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPAEYxutH4M

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8mMaVGCCQg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MunTl7q6ak

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Thanks
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Nice job Paul
Somewhere I seen a post that someone was carving on some pucks and they mentioned that they put them in the freezer for a while to make them harder.
Did you do something similar to this?
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