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Old 12-03-2009, 10:20 PM   #1
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Posted a WIP about a week ago with thanks to Trapper for placing it in the Patterns. I finished it a little while ago and wanted to get a couple of pictures before it left forever. I really appreciate the free patterns and thank all the designers for their work. This is a 2" clock and I used the dark face so as not to detract too much from the cutting. The numbers on this face are also larger so eyes like mine can see them better. Thanks again for the pattern vault.
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Old 12-04-2009, 11:18 AM   #2
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Nice saw work - looks like you made some saw dust
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Very nice work David. Any tense moments around the letters? sawe dust
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Nice cutting!! Pretty nice figure in that piece of wood too. Especially in the upper left corner!!
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Very nice cutting David.
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So cool David , love it for I'm a John Deere man myself...........
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The letters were easier than the numbers. The pattern didn't print out as fine in detail as I would have liked but was able to get most of it right.

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I try to use the figure in these boards to accent the cutting. only downside is that the knot in the lower right area makes it look like the tractor is leaking fluids. I didn't anticipate that part but otherwise I was pleased with the final result.

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I have MF and AC personally but have numerous friends who have the old standby 4020 for their primary. Have always liked the clean lines that JD have.
To everybody else who responded. I thank you for the kind words. I have been working trying to clean the farm after last winter's ice storm and hadn't used my saw in a good while. Been taking logs from the down trees to the saw mill and getting most sawed into 1 inch boards so have lots of new material for cutting.
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Looks great. I couldn't do it though. I myself is more of a Farmall and International tractor type. But hey, to each his own. Looks great though.
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