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    Default Newbie's first design project

    Was at a wood show in Kansas City at the end of January where Saltydog was doing demoes. Was very intrigued with the machine so bought one. Been looking at forum posts for some time now. This is a great source of information and I appreciate everyone's contributions. I have fixed many problems by searching the posts. Both Hardware and Software. I decided it was time for me to start sharing so I have attached my first project that I did in designer myself for my daughters on valentines day. I am sure the project could be cleaned up or designed better but I thought it turned out pretty good for my first one. The girls loved them so that is what counts.

    I have some software questions so hope to be typing to some of you more.
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    Awesome job! Especially for your first project! I am sure your girls are happy and proud!
    Steve

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    Great first project. It might be tough to do a follow-up that will top it.

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    Terrific projects and they are impressive.
    I'm sure that tey will be treasured.
    Ken,
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    That is a FANTASTIC JOB. Especially on 1st project. Well Done!

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    Everything about those projects is beautiful! Congratulations - well done!
    Michael T
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    Great looking project, hope to see more in the months and years to come.
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    Good JOB WITH THE BOXES.

    Keep up the great work , I had a feeling you would do great with it !

    Gary
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    I must say that for a newbie you did just fine,I like the way that you used the grain in the design. Welcome Aboard !!


    Capt Barry

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    Really nice, was that the heart box posted on the forum sometime back or did you design completely from scratch? Either way really nice.

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