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Old 03-22-2010, 07:08 PM   #1
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Cochise was cut in 3/8 in Butternut with a pattern in the vault by Uncledum

Lioness and cub cut in 1/4 in Birch 3ply with a pattern I made from a photo emailed by a friend.
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That's some nice cuttin' there oliy!

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More nice cuttings Rob.
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G'day Rob,
Hoe many SPM does your saw run at???
I recon it must close to mach

Nice cuttings and pattern
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Beautiful job oily. keep up the great work. i just wore my De Walt saw plum out yesterday so am down for awhile. i do jeff zifono patterns so after 6 years i guess the saw got tired. your work is top notch.
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Both are nice,Rob.Good you have no crack problem this time.

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Great cuttings, nice choise of wood for the lion, love it!

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Nicely done bro!
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Nice work Rob
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