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    Way to go Bud, you seem to be catching on to this rotary carving thing. Thanks for sharing them with us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AskBud View Post
    This rotary scan may end up being a Bishop or just a tower, in the Pattern Depot, when I finish my current test carve.
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    Great job, Bud. Question when you scan those how long is it taking and is there different levels of scanning?
    I want to get the Rotary Jig and a scanner, but alas the budget won't let me yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by James RS View Post
    Great job, Bud. Question when you scan those how long is it taking and is there different levels of scanning?
    I want to get the Rotary Jig and a scanner, but alas the budget won't let me yet.
    When you buy the probe, you get Pattern Editor as well. That combination will give you so much added ability as you work with new items you scan or import (not the patterns made by others).

    Scanning with the probe will take longer than the carve you will make from the scan. The length of time will depend upon the size being scanned. I always use the "BEST" setting as I scan. You will get an estimated time as you select that option. I'm currently doing a scan 4 by 8, which will take about 4 hours and 20 minutes. I've done some scans which took over 20 hours.

    The rotary jig is super, if and when you decide to work with that type of carve. It's not rocket science, but you have to understand the special concepts. You will also be advised to make a dust box like the one Ed Baker has spoken of. The chips and dust will pile up under the dowel, if there is no collector.

    Scanning on the jig requires some forethought, so the piece stay stable in the jig.
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    Default Rotary Chess Piece

    Here is the rotary scan I'm working on. I'll do one more proof on Wednesday 3/7/2012, before I submit it to the Pattern depot.
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    Looks like a good one Bud!!!
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    Bud, that will be a nice rotary pattern.
    Using Designer 1.187, STL importer, Center line, conforming vectors, scanning probe/PE, and the ROCK chuck.

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    Default Rotary-Jesus Head

    Here is the Rotary pattern I tested 3/10/2012. My model is in the center. The pattern will be in the store 3/12/2012.
    The standary pattern of the same piece is in the store titled as "Jesus Suffered for Us".
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    Nice carve Bud!! I really like your detail.
    Last edited by easybuilt; 03-10-2012 at 10:38 PM.
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    Bud,

    Good looking pattern! Does any of the pattern wrap around to the back of the round?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fwharris View Post
    Bud,

    Good looking pattern! Does any of the pattern wrap around to the back of the round?
    My patterns begin as solid models, which I mount in the rotary jig and scan.
    Yes, they cover 360 degrees of the stock, and I test each one prior to offering them in the store.
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