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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Keysor View Post
    Rob, I use Facebook, and when I looked at your links, I got to your page, but there was a message on all links that said, "
    Sorry, this content isn't available right now
    ".

    Pro70Z28, what is your rainbow sign made from? You said it was made from HDF. What is that? Is it HDU? If so, what density did you use?

    Thanks, Chuck
    Sorry about that.
    Those three albums were set so that only FB friends could see them.
    I've changed it to "Public".
    (you'll still need to be a FB member and logged in, I'm pretty sure)
    When you get a chance, could you try again and let me know the results?

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    Still doesn't open, so being a registered facebook logger on-er must be a requirement.

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    Amazing, clean and creative work.
    Creative stuff like this week is so refreshing.

    Joe

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    Outstanding.
    I've often entertained the idea of making up-scale bird houses. I'm one of those crazy bird lovers.

    Joe

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    Hello Rob. I kind of forgot to come back and check this thread...…. old age???? Anyway, I was able to see your FaceBook pages, and was quite impressed. Before I read Joe's post, my reaction to seeing your work was that it is "clean and refreshing". Also, while I couldn't really zoom in to see the details of your heart with all the words on it, it looked really nice. And the level of detail that I THINK was there was quite impressive. Good work, thanks for sharing. Chuck
    Chuck Keysor (circa 1956)
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    EF3 lol So nice.
    "Once a person moves away from the computer and CNC some of the most important work begins." ~Joe Crumley

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