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    Default Marble Board

    I did this project to learn“snap to grid” (marble holes) & “mirror all” (stars). I used the basic Project Designer using the supplied bits & 1/2”Classical. The first one was round and the holes were “1/2circles” then “carve region.” To better show the capabilities of the CW, this one was changed from round to a six sided, also I used 3d “puffing” instead of basic “carve.”

    Cut into 7” walnut it took the CW a hour & 45 mins at the best setting. I just carved this on 3 June after deciding to enter your contest. Should I enter this“as is” to show how well the machine carves? Or sand with the mop and apply a finish, to show how good I am at finishing?

    Gary Bagby in Austin, Texas
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    "Projects should show off the machine and software’s capabilities, as well as your own creativity and craftsmanship."

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    Nice Project, First Post, Joined in 2008.... Don't be a Stranger.... I like the way you think..

    AL
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    Not only should you show off your finishing skills, include some nice marbles.

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    And we will have something to do, if the booth traffic is ever slow!!
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