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    Default NATIVITY using KOMADUR

    Just new to this forum...Have had bot since 2006....I was asked to help the church make a Nativity with jig saw etc..Said no, I have a better tool....Put a fair amount of design time into creating these vectors...Made three sizes one for use with two sheets 5'x10' MDO, One medium using two sheets of 1/4" 4'x8' Komadur and this one using one sheet of 1/8" 4'x8' Komadur.
    Names came from Mathew 2 and 3 and are the first five names given to Christ by different people.

    Side wings and trees interlock. Characters are independent. Open to selling file for personal use but do not know how or where to do that appropriately in forum?

    Cut with 1/8" hss spiral...@1.5 ips and 16,000 RPM.... I used attachment for pictures???
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    Scroll down a little and post here: Russ

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    i will pay for the shopbot files if you can contact me with price. shoot me a cell phone text at 276 618 2055 i can pay with paypal if you have that.

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    You can get full size plans. I am not in the office you can contact me when I get back to office around the 27th I will tell you where you can order the full set of plans with animals and everything. I make nativity scenes for local churches. I took the Plans to Lyn's printing and have them to scan them in then I put them together and trace the pattern. I currently have over 10 animals, Mary, Joseph, baby Jesus, wise men, Shepherds, Manger etc.
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