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    Default Doing something different

    Used my bot to do my woodwork instead of just the carving and accents. Cut out pieces and did half lap joints on the shade. Something different good learning experience.
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    Very nice, would like to see in dissassemblied.
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    NICE Jeff, Totally my style Going to look wonderful with the mica! Good work.
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    looks good

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    Jeff you could easily move into Pizza Hut roofs next! Great work!
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    Very nice, Jeff!
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    Thanks for all the compliments everyone. It's a anniversary gift the wife said make something different this year.
    Jeff King
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    I have made some similar but all saw besides the lithophane and shade supports.

    Do you have pictures before assembly?




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    Jeff,
    Very nice...but did you forget the hole down the center for the light?
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    Brian sorry no before pictures ,actually Scott's idea for me to show this and I'am actually working on another lamp with a shade similiar to yours so I can put litho's in it. Jack yes I remembered the slot I milled it in before I glued the sides together.There is a cap on the top I still have to drill so its hidden right now.
    Jeff
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