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    2017 project cbm

    off and running on a new secret project! it will be pine (like the m&m machines). got all of the parts cut, glued up, sanded, and one side given a quick coat of shellac to prevent any tear out. it may be a couple of days on this one, with the cnc machine tied up with another project.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 001 parts cut to length.JPG   002 first three of five glued up.JPG   003 all five sanded.JPG   004 quick coat of shellac.JPG  
    benedictione omnes bene

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    Yup that looks like it will be one of those thingees.
    David

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    One of those thingees? You mean Dan's favorite "C" word???
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    well, managed to get 2 out of 5 blanks done. the state seal board went by the way when the lettering at the top got screwed up, one blank twisted itself over the 3 days while i was at work, the third went by the way while cutting the holes, same problem that bit me later. but, 2 of them survived!
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 005 start of first cut.JPG   006 first one cut.JPG   007 both boards finished.JPG  
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    Nice! Way to keep the machine busy!
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    busy days! with the two pine prototypes out of the way, on to the real ones. i decided to go with the 4 minnesota boards, and 1 state seal board. glued up the blanks for the minnesota boards from odds and ends (gotta use them somehow), and i found that i had a correct sized off cut from the last of my big boards. planed it down, and used it for the minnesota state seal board. with the odd problems fixed, the cnc ran like a charm again. got the holes and profile cut first (had the 1/8" end mill in the spindle), then on to the other cuts. the seal itself took almost 2 hours to cut, lots of detail. once that board was done, it was on to the other 4 minnesota boards. learned how to use the fluting tool path to make the star design. now i just have to finish the shellac work tonight, so that they will be ready tomorrow.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 008 white oak blanks glued up.JPG   009 last bit of big oak.JPG   010 holes for state seal board.JPG   011 holes finished.JPG   012 cutting the profile.JPG  

    013 cutting the inner circle.JPG   014 inner circle cut.JPG  
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    the rest of the pictures...
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 015 start of cutting the seal.JPG   016 cut of seal finished.jpg   017 minnesota seal board finished.JPG   018 blank for first minnesota board in place.JPG   019 first minnesota board finished.JPG  

    020 4 out of 5 done.JPG   021 last board being worked on.JPG  
    benedictione omnes bene

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    Those look great, Dan!!!
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