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    Used the genset to charge batteries today so I ran this file (thx viktor) for another local shop...

    24.75 x 24.75 x .44 deep each side of a 1.375 thick alder panel.

    on a...vintage pr machine, 6IPS XY,3IPS Z

    did not miss a.....step
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    awesome looking piece Gene hope I can get this good one day steve

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    Spendid work, as always.

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    Great Job! I need to try out some 3d like this

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    upper panel - client loves it but a bit busy for me...
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    another excellent piece of work. Do you experience issues with your wood curling up because you carve so much out of it?

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    Gene,

    Great job - I agree, a bit busy for me, too. However, the client is always right...
    Ron Sloan

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    Nice work- What are the dimensions and how long is it taking to carve?

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    26x42x.44 deep each side upper panel 6:50 hrs 26x26x.44 deep lower panel 3 hrs .25 ballnose 10% stepover

    with the panel cut both sides it does not cup or warp....one side only and yes there will be movement.
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    small question but I just want to clarify. When carvers say ball nose bit, is that the same bit that you would use if you wanted to make flutes, also called a core box bit?

    Thanks Jason

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