Horses and Eagles off the CNC
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Mahogany finished with Seal-A-Cell.  Both Pieces are about 5.5" wide

   

   
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  Re: Horses and Eagles off the CNC by Gary™ (Mahogany finished wi...)
Looks great. What CNC do you have?
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  Re: RE: Horses and Eagles off the CNC by FrankAtl (Looks great. What CN...)
(08-02-2019, 08:17 AM)FrankAtl Wrote: Looks great. What CNC do you have?

Shapeoko 3 XL and I modified it with a HDZ to replace the Z axis.....
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  Re: RE: Horses and Eagles off the CNC by Gary™ ([quote='FrankAtl' pi...)
(08-02-2019, 10:29 PM)Gary™ Wrote: Shapeoko 3 XL and I modified it with a HDZ to replace the Z axis.....

Tell me more..I am saving my wooden nickels probably for a Shapeoko 3 XXL.

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  Re: Horses and Eagles off the CNC by Gary™ (Mahogany finished wi...)
Gary, you in Vitalie's Club A facebook paid group for 3d models?


Glad its my shop I am responsible for - I only have to make me happy.

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  Re: Horses and Eagles off the CNC by Gary™ (Mahogany finished wi...)
I like the horse, but I REALLY like the eagle.
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  Re: RE: Horses and Eagles off the CNC by BloomingtonMike (Gary, you in Vitalie...)
(08-16-2019, 10:18 AM)BloomingtonMike Wrote: Gary, you in Vitalie's Club A facebook paid group for 3d models?

Yes, I am. It's a great place to get models
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  Re: RE: Horses and Eagles off the CNC by MKepke ([quote='Gary™' pid='...)
(08-14-2019, 11:32 PM)MKepke Wrote: Tell me more..I am saving my wooden nickels probably for a Shapeoko 3 XXL.

-Mark

The HDZ replaces the Z axis on a Shapeoko which is arguably the weakest part of the machine. It uses a ball screw. The HDZ was originally developed and sold by "Mr Beaver" in the UK but recently Carbide3D hired him and now sells it directly (and for a little less). Luke (aka Mr Beaver) is now leading product development for Carbide3D. I expect great things.

Next upgrade is removing the router and installing a real water cooled spindle.

What else do you want to know?
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  Re: Horses and Eagles off the CNC by Gary™ (Mahogany finished wi...)
And a Coast Guard carving for a friends dad who's in the hospital

   

I hate MDF
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  Re: RE: Horses and Eagles off the CNC by Gary™ (And a Coast Guard ca...)
(09-01-2019, 05:33 PM)Gary™ Wrote: And a Coast Guard carving for a friends dad who's in the hospital



I hate MDF

Nevertheless, outstanding work.
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