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    Erwin Vigilia
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    Wife asks : Hon, can you make some lettering for D’s wedding?

    Me: Sure, uh… looks at calendar… it’s tomorrow???

    Wife: Tomorrow

    Spent more time in CAD/CAM than actual cutting. 3/4″ thick poplar, ~5″ high, stained in “Rustic Gunstock” I had laying around.

    It was for the sweetheart table at the venue (Oceanview Pavilion, USN Sub Base Pt. Loma)

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    Jeffeb3
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    Smart not putting the name on there. Now you have something for the next wedding. 🙂

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    David
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    Might want to cut a Ms just in case. 🙂

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    Erwin Vigilia
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    Smart not putting the name on there.

    Thanks, but you give me too much credit. It was the bride’s idea – it wasn’t the groom’s first rodeo 🤣

    Might want to cut a Ms just in case.

    How about Mr and Mr? It and It? For those undecideds, of course 🤔

    Personally, I identify as an attack helicopter 🚁

    I learned, depending on the wood, 2 flute upcut, usually worked better than the straight cutters. I tried soft pine, cedar (smells good – machined bad) and mahogany before settling on the poplar – the grain coloration was awesome. Climb vs conventional produced less scorching, other than that the finish wasn’t too different between the two.

     

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    Barry
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    Smart not putting the name on there.

    Thanks, but you give me too much credit. It was the bride’s idea – it wasn’t the groom’s first rodeo 🤣

    Might want to cut a Ms just in case.

    How about Mr and Mr? It and It? For those undecideds, of course 🤔

    Personally, I identify as an attack helicopter 🚁

    I learned, depending on the wood, 2 flute upcut, usually worked better than the straight cutters. I tried soft pine, cedar (smells good – machined bad) and mahogany before settling on the poplar – the grain coloration was awesome. Climb vs conventional produced less scorching, other than that the finish wasn’t too different between the two.

    My dad always says he identifies as a thin person, he’s “trans-fat”!

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