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  1. PRS Alpha 4x8

    Yes, the price is definitely negotiable. I'm not on the forum very often. Please send your inquiry to mbatten130@yahoo.com

    Thanks,
    Margie
  2. 2015 PRS Alpha 48x96 Lincolnton, Georgia

    Selling my 2015 PRS Alpha 48x96 with 2.2hp spindle. 6" Z axis. Excellent condition. Used for small sign shop cutting mostly HDU and ACM. I'm closing my business. It's currently set up and...
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    Thank you Gene. CNC cut furniture never appealed...

    Thank you Gene. CNC cut furniture never appealed to me because of its "clunky" rectilinear nature, but your stool does not fit that stereotype at all. Your design has an organic handmade feel and...
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    Hey Steve, I love that dragonfly. Was wondering...

    Hey Steve, I love that dragonfly. Was wondering if that was a v-inlay or was it filled with colored epoxy?
    George
  5. Looks good Dave. Was wondering if you could post...

    Looks good Dave. Was wondering if you could post some more pictures of the finished sign. Thanks in advance.
    George
  6. The main body of this crest is made from the MDF...

    The main body of this crest is made from the MDF described in my earlier post. I used a plunge roundover bit with a 3/16 radius from Eagle America (#139-0605) to profile/round the three outside...
  7. Military Unit Crest For Conference Room

    I do quite a bit of work out at the local military base, even though they seem to be broke lately. Hopefully that will improve after November. I got a call last week from some young captain who saw...
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    Thank you Sir! I just ordered my own Critter...

    Thank you Sir! I just ordered my own Critter sprayer. I'm counting on the fact it likes latex. Do I need to thin the paint? I been shooting lacquer for years with an HVLP gun but latex has a much...
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    Thanks Bobmoore and Lynn for the kind words. I...

    Thanks Bobmoore and Lynn for the kind words. I have learned so much on this forum so it feels good to be able to give back. I am a new SB owner and there has been a long learning curve with both the...
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    Thank you James M.

    Thank you James M.
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    That is stunning! Love the airbrush effect of...

    That is stunning! Love the airbrush effect of shading. What is this "Critter" to which you refer? My guess is some sort of spray system?
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    Some final details I forgot to mention. The...

    Some final details I forgot to mention. The 5/16" eye bolts were screwed into pilot-drilled holes deep enough to screw into the internal support blocks. Epoxy was also placed into the hole before...
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    After seeing all the foamy squeeze-out from...

    After seeing all the foamy squeeze-out from glueing each half together, we decided to use epoxy to glue on the stave pieces. These were prefinished and didn't want to risk having the glue squeeze...
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    I forgot to mention that the sign was going to be...

    I forgot to mention that the sign was going to be hung from a wrought iron support so I needed to attach some heavy eye screws 60 degrees apart at the top, and 60 degrees apart at the bottom to...
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    As can be seen above the barn logo was pocketed...

    As can be seen above the barn logo was pocketed using a .125 EM following a .25 EM clearance. Depth of the barn pocket was .25 inch. and was hand painted with Behr Ultra black satin. The foliage...
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    After completing both side of the sign in 1.5"...

    After completing both side of the sign in 1.5" HDU I applied 2 coats of Jay Cook Sign Primer. I originally was going to use some 3D texturing on the ShopBot but it would of taken a ridiculous...
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    I decided to use 1.5" HDU and to attach the...

    I decided to use 1.5" HDU and to attach the barrel staves separately. I drew the barrel up in Aspire and drew in 8 equally spaced vertical lines to profile cut with a v-bit. This would simulate...
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    Wine Barrel Signage in HDU

    Just completed my 3rd sign job. This one was Aspire-intensive (for me) and kinda scary because of its complexity. The sign is two-side and the customer wanted it to look like a wine barrel top. ...
  19. Joe, That is some great info. I like the way you...

    Joe, That is some great info. I like the way you did the lettering on those park signs with the shadow contour. I was wondering if you would be painting the pockets or using inset letters. So I...
  20. Thanks Joe, Jerry, and Robtown for the feedback. ...

    Thanks Joe, Jerry, and Robtown for the feedback. That is some impressive signage in that attached image. I'm guessing that is PVC. I also checked out your website Joe. I was blown away. I'm...
  21. Hey Alex, I'll have to look into that PVC from HD...

    Hey Alex, I'll have to look into that PVC from HD for $75. Wonder if that is decking material and does it come in 4x8 sheets? I have not used any PVC products yet and am anxious to try it.
    And...
  22. As seen in an earlier picture the back side of...

    As seen in an earlier picture the back side of the PB block was pocketed to fit a piece of 3/4 inch plywood. This wood was glued in with that PB glue that is spritzed with water to activate. Was...
  23. The PB and all parts were primed with three coats...

    The PB and all parts were primed with three coats of Sam Cook Sign Primer, a product recommended to me by the PB sales guy. Then I attempted to use a textured spray paint (Krylon Super Maxx Hammered)...
  24. Thank you RossMosh, and yes I am prepared to...

    Thank you RossMosh, and yes I am prepared to provide details ad naseum along with more pictures. I recently acquired my new PRSAlpha along with Aspire software to add to my woodshop. I already own...
  25. My First Real Paying CNC Sign Job

    Hopefully I'm finally putting my PRSAlpha to work. Landed my first sign job. It's a lobby sign for a local company. Many lessons learned here and I hope to improve the process and am open to any...
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