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Old 02-28-2014, 07:14 PM   #1
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Default 3 more ongoing projects

The jet one has taken 4 hrs so far and the welcome took about 3 hrs total also the Welcome one if from one of the latest editions of a scroll magazine and I made it bigger then original as it was just a bit too small for my liking and the tree I saw somewhere (might of been on here) and the patten was small too so I redid it to be almost A3 in size and the detail shows more , also with the tree I did as a challenge I only used one drill hole for the entire cut and I did it non stop well I did stop for a rest every now and then and a drink but I didn't have to tread the blade once it was in the original hole it took about 2 hrs

**Edit the new picture is the tree that fell out when I did the cutting and you can see the drill hole near the centre bottom**

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One continuous cut on the tree is impressive.
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Great job..I really like the Welcome sign... I'll have to look for that pattern
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Nice work on all of them.
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Nice work, Mark. I really like the tree.
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Larry I think that was a Steve Good Pattern, I could be wrong, I know I have seen it in the last week or so.


Very nice work! Save the tree cut out and use it for some Halloween project. The hole is easy to hide! Nice work on all if the projects.
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