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Old 02-03-2014, 06:12 PM   #1
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Default Work in progress Feb. 3, 2014 "Gandalf" from Lord Of The Rings and The Hobbit

Stack cutting two, birch ply. 24 5/8 wide by 20 1/8 tall. Very slow process lol.
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WOW.. That makes me wish I could use round blades. I don't think my old body could reach using my flat blades..

Great Cutting.. Fantastic Pattern.
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That looks good be sure to show it off when finished. On another note do you have any idea when your site might be up looking forward to being able to look over your patterns everyone says they are awesome.
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Had alot of strange events prevent the start up but it WILL be coming I swear lol. I'll make sure to post when it's on.
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Going to be amazing!!!!!
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Fantastic. And you do it all with spiral blades?
I really enjoy seeing your work
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Thanks ya'll Yes, all I use are spirals. I've never attempted to use flat blades.
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looking forward to your site being up. Just getting into spirals and like the possibilities.
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Tryed a spiral blade today and found out they have a mind of there own.
After seeing what you have done I might have to give it another try. Thanks
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Some more progress. Taking a while
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