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Old 04-11-2018, 03:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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This is one of the graduation books, the first one.

The small fonts are .17 (smaller than 1/4"), and they cut amazingly clean.
The overall size is 3x5. I was going to place a scale next to it for reference, but I forgot.

The light streak, across the Bobcat, was inside the wood. It appeared after the poly was applied.














Thanks for looking.
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That's cool John, what type of wood is it ?

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I looked at the others as well that you've posted and I'm really impressed. Great idea and work.
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That's cool John, what type of wood is it ?

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Thanks. It's Walnut.

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I looked at the others as well that you've posted and I'm really impressed. Great idea and work.
Thanks. Two more people seen this one, and I have two more to make.

I guess it's not a bad problem to have.

I'm also doing one for a wedding in a larger size, and it will have the Bride and Groom's signatures engraved.
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