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    Default From Tiny to Large

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    From the 2.5" x 2" cross for a necklace to the 31" x 22" Wall hanging cross
    it's enjoyable with the CW
    Happy Carving

    Robert D.
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    Nice job, Robert. I didn't seem to lose much resolution after the expansion.
    Steve

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    Thank you Steve.
    I carved the large cross on 2x12
    with the 1/8" long carving bit.
    Happy Carving

    Robert D.
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    Very Nice. What size wood for the necklace?
    Don

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    1/2" wood and it is carved deep.

    No thicker then 1/2" and no thinner

    For the necklace cross.

    I have a jig sent up to carve 15 cross
    at a time.
    Happy Carving

    Robert D.
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    Thank you.
    Don

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    Both are great projects Robert. The large cross is beautiful.

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