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    Default Panel #6 Gates of Paradise

    Let me start out by giving some history of this panel from the door at the Baptistry of St. John in Florance, Italy.

    http://www.digital-images.net/Galler...tes-ofParadise

    This is Cypress measuring approx. 8" x 8" x .5"
    Started out with .25 endmill to get rid of some of the bulk.
    The finishing was completed with .0625 ballnose with a 10% step over at .83 IPS.
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    Very nice work , excellent piece. Jeff
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    Thank you, really appreciate it.

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    Really great piece. What bits did you use?
    "Once a person moves away from the computer and CNC some of the most important work begins." ~Joe Crumley

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    Extremely Nice. Did you do the design. If you did the design extremely talented.
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    very nice work

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    Hey Joe,
    Thanks for the comment. This is what I used.
    Started out with .25 endmill to get rid of some of the bulk.
    The finishing was completed with .0625 ballnose with a 10% step over at .83 IPS.

    Terry

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    Good evening Eugene,
    I purchased the model as this really intrigued me with the detail. I want to run it again, but the next time bigger. The original on the door of the baptistry is 31.5" x 31.5". I want to gold leaf the finish on this to match the original.

    Thanks again,
    Terry

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    Quote Originally Posted by terryjones View Post
    Good evening Eugene,
    I purchased the model as this really intrigued me with the detail. I want to run it again, but the next time bigger. The original on the door of the baptistry is 31.5" x 31.5". I want to gold leaf the finish on this to match the original.


    Thanks again,
    Terry
    where did you purchase it... I have a Catholic church in my area that was destroyed by a tornado a few years back and they have almost finished the new building, would like to offer to do their doors for them,
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    Eugene,
    Here is the link from where I purchased this model.
    http://www.3dmodelclub.com/cmsj15/mo...ge=shop.browse

    Terry

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