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  1. #431
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    Welcome back to the world of saw dust! We are here to help you get back into carving again. Just ask away if you got any questions.
    RingNeckBlues
    My patterns on the Depot
    DC-INSERT It Just Sucks!

    Proven to out perform all others!
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    All patterns and projects that I share on the CarveWright forum are for your personal carving purpose. They are not to be shared, sold or posted on any other web site without permission from RingNeckBlues Designs.

  2. #432
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    TurkeyBranch,

    May your health continue to improve and happy Carving!

  3. #433
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    Rockville, MD & Raleigh, NC
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtylerfl View Post
    Hello Ed!

    Long time "no see". I am so glad to hear your health has improved and you will be able to get back to carving again. One of my favorite commissioned jobs was creating your Turkey Branch logo pattern years ago.

    For "old-time's" sake, I took a peek at the original files for the logo I made for you and was reminiscing how much I enjoyed making that pattern for you!

    Welcome back, my friend.
    MIKE !!!!

    I can't believe you still have the pattern! LOL
    The "TurkeyMan" got a lot of comments over the years.

    I carved one sign with him on it, but it never got used. Then I have lost the files for all of my patterns. I will have to get it from you again as soon as I can get the software setup.

    I have LUCKILY kept the machine in a climate controlled shop.
    I have everything out there EXCEPT a babysitter. The wife wouldn't let me out there by myself because she feared something would happen to me. And I just couldn't find a "woodworking buddy". So I gave up hope for a while.
    Then my Mother passed away this year and my baby brother "made" me come to North Carolina to spend some time with him. He put me to work and then all my strength started coming back, I started being able to move my "partially paralyzed arm and leg" and HERE I AM !!!

    Anyway, I am glad to be back
    A person has to know their limitations, I know I have none..

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    Just wanted to say hello! I just purchased a CW and hoping for a lot of good times with it.

  5. #435
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    Welcome aboard, This is the place to be when you have questions as I am sure you will. Just ask away and someone will be more than glad to help.

  6. #436
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    Quote Originally Posted by electronflow View Post
    Just wanted to say hello! I just purchased a CW and hoping for a lot of good times with it.
    Welcome to the CW forum! To help you get started spend some time learning from the support section on the main CarveWright web site.
    http://support.carvewright.com/ Lots of great information...
    RingNeckBlues
    My patterns on the Depot
    DC-INSERT It Just Sucks!

    Proven to out perform all others!
    Buy CarveWright
    Colorado FaceBook Users Group


    All patterns and projects that I share on the CarveWright forum are for your personal carving purpose. They are not to be shared, sold or posted on any other web site without permission from RingNeckBlues Designs.

  7. #437
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    Quote Originally Posted by electronflow View Post
    Just wanted to say hello! I just purchased a CW and hoping for a lot of good times with it.
    Welcome to the CW family! There is so much training online and a wealth of information already on the forum! Check it all out and you will have a great time!
    Tom Watson
    Two CW's and D.C.-Top Mount Insert @ Ringneckblues.com Get the dust out!!
    50" X 48" PDJ Pilot Pro CNC http://www.pdjinc.com

    Check out my Facebook page for current carvings at http://www.facebook.com/signsinwood

    Watsons Wooden Words http://www.signsinwood.com & Messages in Wood http://www.messagesinwood.com/

  8. #438
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    Welcome ,,, This is a community of very helpful folks ... Stay involved with this forum and you will learn a ton and get tons of help when you need it...
    Mans Quest for knowledge,,, means he'll always find a way !!

  9. #439
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    Good to have you with us Electronflow. There is plenty to learn and we're sure you will enjoy every day as you carve and learn. Again welcome aboard.
    Fair winds,

    Capt Bruce
    Kinney deSigns http://kinneydesigns.us
    CarveWright START U Team Member.

    30 year USN SEABEE, the original Weapons of Mass Construction.
    Designer Ver 1.187 and 2.007, Ver.3.001 One 2009 B CW w ROCK and a 5th Year Anniversary C CW
    Rotary Jig, 2D and 3D, Tracing Probe, DFX and STL Importers

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    I am a newbie, Glad to see that there are so many experienced users willing to help out.
    Since I am sure I will get lots of good info from all of you.. let me say, Thanks in advance.

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