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    Default December-February cuts

    Just a few recent cuts in firewood and branches...
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    A couple more, but Harley was dimensioned first,and was a test cut for a larger one so was playing with Brady's 3D VR settings Finally...
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    Beautiful work!
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    Beautiful work Scott!! I think when I retire from mainly cabinet work, I'm going to start using my CNC to do the cool stuff you do.
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    Nice! Need to tighten the chain on the Harley.
    Scott

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    Thank you all for the kind comments!
    The "Mom's Harley" project was the first one in a while made from perfectly a straight/parallel rectangle.....branches and firewood are Never boring
    And Tiny and Small's are infective...even Randall got into it

    https://forum.vectric.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=33770

    Funny Scott.......That was one of the first things Mom asked...."Can you tighten the chain?"
    Actually went into the reason Mom picked a Harley model dedicated to the memory of her father here(Interesting Harley story);

    https://forum.vectric.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=33936

    Her bigger Birdseye one is next(after some more testing of VR settings for the Desktop)
    Thanks Brady.....and even Loaded Scott's VR settings for small VCarving
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    Wow- like many others here, wish I had the time to try such cool stuff!
    Particularly interesting to me was the "lin-wax" methodology. Pretty dang brilliant. Really appreciate you sharing your techniques!

    Jeff

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    Thanks Jeff......When you and Don retire you can be a Shopbot Bum like me
    Of course cabinets and furniture would daunt ME
    Just paying back a little from all the techniques I learned from you guys!

    Interesting that it started kind of a "Tiny" craze on Vectric Forum
    Thanks all!!
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    Scott P.
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    Nice work as always.

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    Thanks David!
    Just helping the Winter go by faster
    Test cut for a larger piece of Curly(Buddha).
    A total muck up from years ago of Wolves, that Creative sanding found a home with my Drs wife finally
    And then a PITA plaque that mill marks took forever to sand/burnish out for a very good friend's girlfriend.
    Spindle is warming up for a Small Racoon in a Walnut Branch.....Winter is sliding by!
    Scott P.
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