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  1. Thread: Free Doors?

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    Thanks guys. I found it on my XP machine. Don't...

    Thanks guys. I found it on my XP machine. Don't have the instructions though. Gonna play with it a while.
  2. Thread: Free Doors?

    by kurt_rose
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    Free Doors?

    Quick question guys. Is the free doors program still out there?
  3. Thread: New computer

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    I have used a Dell for 5 years. Same computer...

    I have used a Dell for 5 years. Same computer running XP. No problems at all. I do have it hooked up to a USB expansion card though. Might be the reason.
  4. Thread: 2004 PRT 4g

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    2004 PRT 4g

    Just gauging interest. I'm getting ready to move up to a larger machine. I have a 2004 PRT 4x8 4g with a 2.2 water cooled spindle and an 8 " z that I'm going to put up for sale shortly. It's a turn...
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    This is my choice also!

    This is my choice also!
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    It was too bad Cowboy. After the first coat of...

    It was too bad Cowboy. After the first coat of sanding sealer it was fairly easy to clean up. The good thing about cedar it that it dries fast. I cut this tree down about 6 months before carving.
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    I think you'll be fine Scott. I like to leave at...

    I think you'll be fine Scott. I like to leave at least an inch backer so you could go even thicker on the model if you so wished.
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    Here are a couple of wide pieces I've done. 1 is...

    Here are a couple of wide pieces I've done. 1 is cedar and 26" wide the other black walnut is 20" wide. I think both started at 2.25" and i left 1" thickness after the carving. They were 12% MC. and...
  9. Thread: Extira uses

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    I've been using Extira for a while now for a lot...

    I've been using Extira for a while now for a lot of gingerbread trim.This gable trim is just that. been up for about 5 years now with no sign of wear in a coastal and high wind area. Sorry for the...
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    Wow Mark! Thanks for that tip. I'm gonna use it...

    Wow Mark! Thanks for that tip. I'm gonna use it today. Who would a thunk it. Wiper fluid. This should really cut down on drying times.
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    There's a bunch of good groups to join also. Here...

    There's a bunch of good groups to join also. Here are just a few


    https://www.facebook.com/groups/309368045878303/?fref=nf

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/173662742747736/
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    Hi Joe. Being from Cape May NJ which has an...

    Hi Joe. Being from Cape May NJ which has an abundance of Victorian homes I get a ton of gingerbread duplication jobs. I'm working my way into the sign thing as well. I've used your work many times as...
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    Been on Facebook for a while now as you can see...

    Been on Facebook for a while now as you can see by my signature. It's a great tool and have received many jobs as a result.
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    I resemble that remark! LOL! Merry Christmas!

    I resemble that remark! LOL! Merry Christmas!
  15. Thread: Desktop Max

    by kurt_rose
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    Don't rule out buying used. I've made a decent...

    Don't rule out buying used. I've made a decent living with my 2004 PRT. Also buy the biggest machine you have the money/room for. It's a lot easier to make small things on a big machine then it is...
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    Yep Jerry, I always have a couple of boxes of...

    Yep Jerry, I always have a couple of boxes of those on hand in both flat endmill and ballnose. Been using them for years now. Great value and a decent tool.
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    Thanks once again for sharing Joe. Can you please...

    Thanks once again for sharing Joe. Can you please tell me where your buying your led kits from? Also are you painting the background or is it straight up PVC
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    Very nice. Guess you've given up rollerblading....

    Very nice. Guess you've given up rollerblading. Lol!
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    Thanks for the tip Joe. I'll put it in the vault.

    Thanks for the tip Joe. I'll put it in the vault.
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    It's a Route Brady. 1/4" ballnose 3.5 hours at...

    It's a Route Brady. 1/4" ballnose 3.5 hours at 4ips.
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    Another step forward!

    Well I tried pocket letters for the first time and I must say I love the ease of finishing. Thank you Joe C. for all the inspiration and Brady for getting me this far. This will be getting an LED...
  22. Thread: More reliefs

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    You sir are very talented.

    You sir are very talented.
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    Nice job Steve. I've also been making similar...

    Nice job Steve. I've also been making similar tables and like you it's a labor of love for sure. I have a few slabs leaning up against the wall awaiting inspiration. Have you ever checked out this...
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    Hey Joe. Whats your thought on PVC and using dark...

    Hey Joe. Whats your thought on PVC and using dark pigment paint. I'm thinking that painting PVC black would be a no no. I've been using Extira with good results but hate the dust when cutting. I have...
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    Epifanes. Expensive but the best. ...

    Epifanes. Expensive but the best.
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