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    Default Pumpkins

    Not shop bot but the concept could be used on the shop bot, they are lit with battery tea lights Already sold a bunch, quick work with a chainsaw.




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    Nah....Too hard to smash,seeds too tough, and probably not much good for compost.
    Wonderful job of scooping out the seeds!
    scott
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    Hey...they look Spook-tac-ular!!!

    Very creative. Thanks for posting.

    -B
    High Definition 3D Laser Scanning Services - Advanced ShopBot CNC Training and Consultation - Vectric Custom Video Training IBILD.com

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    Nice Brian!
    Red on teeth and eyes lends a nice Carnivore touch guaranteed to send the little ones running so you can keep more candy for yourself
    Saw the right angle grinder for sanding/sculpting, but what are you running for the final sanding of all the deeper stuff? Flap wheels/Nyalox?
    Hope you sell out(except for a couple to get next years orders
    scott
    Scott Plaisted
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    Nice vice too- is that a bowling ball? Gene

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    Gene yes its a bowling ball vise I can carve paint signs ect and easily move my work instead of walking around.

    I made plans for anyone to use at this link
    http://harnettdesigns.lenzus.com/cgi...168+0+13891712

    In the time since I made the plans I have added a slot in the front for full horizontal pivot, great for my reliefs and sign painting.

    Scott I burn then use a nylon grit wheel brush, harbor freight has them they go in a hand drill the final sand is a sandpaper flapwheel made from old sanding belt strips on threaded rod.

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    Thanks Brian,
    Was wondering if you used your huge "Torch"
    The Nylon sounds like the 4" Nyalox wheels Ace Hardware carries that I have 2 grits of.
    KNEW there wasn't a reason I chucked a box of obsolete 3" belts out.
    Now just to totally wear out my 400G 4 inchers so I can cut them up
    STILL need to find a bowling ball, but hasn't been at top of my "To Do" list lately.
    Thanks again,
    scott
    Scott Plaisted
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    Very cool...

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