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Paw paw's projects

Seniors have signed the panel and it is in its new home in the ceiling for all to see. The tradition begins.

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The little slingshot is finished. This was done entirely in Easel from a PDF file in google. This is birch plywood

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Tile turned out cool.

Have you shot the slingshot yet?

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Thank you. Yes. The slingshot does great. First one that I ave had since I was a kid

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This project was fun to do. The image was brought into Inkscape and imported into easel. The chain was a real challenge. I used a 1/32" bit to carve. Will post a picture after paint

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All done. This was done in poplar. I used acrylic paint and finished with several coats of lacquer

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First two stage carve

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Just finished my latest project. Tried an epoxy inlay for the first time. It was with 5 min epoxy. The box was designed in easel.

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It’s a lot better than having the box sitting on a shelf

A fun little project for the games challenge. These were made from a 2x4 cut to 1 1/2" square. This will be fun for my grandson to play with.

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Latest project. Thanks Robert for the inspiration. Doing this project in sections was not as hard as I thought it would be. Again thanks Robert.

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'This is carved and painted

I did the same thing, pencil and tape measure.

Good idea

just finished this school logo. Used the easel app for the shield design. The logo came from google

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Two additional school logos. Paint is next. These have one coat of sealer.

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Nice work PhillipLunsford ! Really love the Laion work. Can you tell me what bit you use and what feed rate ?

Thanks, SilverDust

Standard rates listed in easel for birch plywood. I actually never even looked at it. The panther was done with two stage carve. 1/8" roughing and 1/16" detail pass. The spartan was done with a 1/32" bit and the tigger was a 1/16" bit. I was experimenting with two stage carve as well as work piece carve. The edge was with a 45 degree chamfer bit on my router table

Paint is done. All that is left is to clear coat

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