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    Both of you have done some great work here....

    Both of you have done some great work here. Thanks for sharing.
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    With any luck oscarl48 will chime in here.

    With any luck oscarl48 will chime in here.
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    I did not want to commit on the first design, as...

    I did not want to commit on the first design, as not to beat on something I can not do myself. However Oscar you redeemed yourself with the new design. Again great work Oscar. I think this one will...
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    Chiming in a little late, was out of the area....

    Chiming in a little late, was out of the area. Hope all enjoyed the past Labor day weekend, no matter what you did.
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    I have done a few of these. The type of...

    I have done a few of these. The type of plexiglass is the main thing. Cast acrylic is what you are looking for. Extruded acrylic melts when cut and will stick, making a mess. Poly carbonate will also...
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    Oscar, you do have an ability here and the fact...

    Oscar, you do have an ability here and the fact that you share it is awesome. The only complaint I have is that this forum has all but died. A few years back a lot more folks would of enjoyed your...
  7. If you could get your hands on some Ipe, I would...

    If you could get your hands on some Ipe, I would think that would be a great choose for a carving like this. It is forever lasting and the burn ability of a rock. With a class A fire rating would...
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    One thing LHR does, is removing items from the...

    One thing LHR does, is removing items from the parts list, if they are not in stock. I would contact LHR to see what the issue could be.
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    Once again nice work Oscar. I have to agree that...

    Once again nice work Oscar. I have to agree that is some amazing art. Very high in detail
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    Oscar, you always seem to go above and beyond....

    Oscar, you always seem to go above and beyond. Great work
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    From what i notice, those of us that do this type...

    From what i notice, those of us that do this type of work will always be able to find faults in the work. From what i am seeing, the monogram looks great, nice work.
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    Al three of these can cause chipping. Depth of...

    Al three of these can cause chipping. Depth of the carve can cause chipping as well. If you could post a pic, and or supply more info on what you are carving. Dull bits also can be a cause.
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    Sorry not my cup of tea on how to do this, but if...

    Sorry not my cup of tea on how to do this, but if you need a pattern of a certain type let us know. May have some you are looking for.
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    Again, great work Oscar, these are awesome and...

    Again, great work Oscar, these are awesome and even better you share them with all the folks here.
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    Nice work Oscar, I sure that it will be liked....

    Nice work Oscar, I sure that it will be liked. You do some very nice work.
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    Enjoy the 4th

    Getting ready to head into the northern woods of Wisconsin for the weekend and thought I would wish everyone one happy 4th before I leave. Enjoy and do try to keep all your parts where they belong.
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    Nice work, I cut the tabs then use a spindle...

    Nice work, I cut the tabs then use a spindle sander, or on smaller carves a rotary tool with a small sander. If in a tight spot I will use a pointed burr to remove the tab. I could see where a drum...
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    Sticky: Welcome to the forum. There is a separate thread...

    Welcome to the forum. There is a separate thread for the introduction thing, but this works as well.The folks here will do their best to give any help that you may need. Participation has dropped...
  19. Thread: Used PROBE

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    The software must be purchased to use the probe.

    The software must be purchased to use the probe.
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    Wondering if you make your own green sand or do...

    Wondering if you make your own green sand or do you purchase it?
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    Glad we could get you back in the game.

    Glad we could get you back in the game.
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    From one Wisconsinite to another welcome back. I...

    From one Wisconsinite to another welcome back. I like the way the casting came out. I been considering doing a casting out of concrete for a burial marker. Have to agree that these machines can do...
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    Only did that a few times, but I would have to...

    Only did that a few times, but I would have to agree that the unit has to be compressed somewhat evenly. If not I would think the side that lags would wedge in the tube, making it very hard to move...
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    The machine we are working with here is a CX I...

    The machine we are working with here is a CX I believe, stated earlier in another post by JohnM57 was that he just got a new machine a few months ago.
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    I'm thinking the sliding squaring plate may be to...

    I'm thinking the sliding squaring plate may be to tight. I do not like to run the plate very tight at all. Some recommend using two playing cards as a gauge for the plate to make sure it is not...
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