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    Here is my first Rotary Lithos

    Thanks for fellow carver Steve Goedrich helping me get off the ground with
    my Rotary jig.
    Last edited by rcdages; 09-02-2015 at 07:58 AM.
    Happy Carving

    Robert D.
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    look great. What size pipe and settings did you use.
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    Great job, Robert. They came out really well....
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    Robert,

    Oh my gosh!!! They are spectacular!!! Great detail! Love the cat!

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    Leo,
    Settings were 170 depth 100 Height
    Carved with the 1/32 bit
    Happy Carving

    Robert D.
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    dbemus,

    Thank you,
    I also like the cat, for as much as it seems to move around the pipe.
    Will be posting more.........
    Happy Carving

    Robert D.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rcdages View Post
    Leo,
    Settings were 170 depth 100 Height
    Carved with the 1/32 bit
    What was the size of the pipe. 2", 3", etc
    Leo Davenport
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    Awesome Robert!

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    As always you do a great job with lithophanes Robert. I can see more rotary lithos in you future.

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    3" ID on the PVC pipe
    Happy Carving

    Robert D.
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