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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peerless View Post
    Oooh... Do you have a higher quality / resolution that I could look at? That is sweet.



    This is only other pic I have right now, I will probably get some better pics when we have better weather. Counting on trees that are gonna fall being a good fish habitat.
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    Something I built, a fence row cleaner for a skid steer..

    http://i93.photobucket.com/albums/l7...amp69/asdf.jpg
    And yes it is a scheme problem.
    Adopted player Lindsey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saddletramp View Post
    Yeah...a helmet is a good thing. I like the huntsman paper helmet with a #9 gold lens. If you like your hair you might consider a welding hat.
    The nap is no longer an issue with me,,,

    Just got my self tinting mask.,

    You asked about the welder. It is a Canadian tire brand. So not available in the USA. They have a great reputation. It is a wire fed only running on 110. Does two size wire feed. .030 I think and can’t remember the other one,, I know a few people that have them and are very happy,

    Now that I have the mask.. I am gonna get back at practicing,,,
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    In the process of finishing off this timber desk, it has turned out pretty well, just need to finish it. I have been looking into using resin to do so, the finished products look insanely cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlimburg View Post


    In the process of finishing off this timber desk, it has turned out pretty well, just need to finish it. I have been looking into using resin to do so, the finished products look insanely cool.

    OOoooh nice. Are you freehanding it, or following a plan? Timber is nice.....

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    Thank you, and following a plan, a lot of work went into making the mould to fit the layers of timber too, that was the time consuming part. It's more aesthetic than functional, the top surface has a bit of bounce in it so I need to come up with a way to prevent that on my next one. I am going to try to come up with an entertainment unit following the same kind of design, but more low line, with a tighter curve, and symmetrical like the rounded end, eventually anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlimburg View Post


    In the process of finishing off this timber desk, it has turned out pretty well, just need to finish it. I have been looking into using resin to do so, the finished products look insanely cool.
    Looks Good John, Very cool.
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  8. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlimburg View Post
    Thank you, and following a plan, a lot of work went into making the mould to fit the layers of timber too, that was the time consuming part. It's more aesthetic than functional, the top surface has a bit of bounce in it so I need to come up with a way to prevent that on my next one. I am going to try to come up with an entertainment unit following the same kind of design, but more low line, with a tighter curve, and symmetrical like the rounded end, eventually anyway.
    Is the reason for the bounce because it's not all that thick?
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    Had a friend who wanted to give her husband a set of corn hole Badger boards for his birthday.

    Just got done with them (they are the exact same as the boards I made for myself a few years ago).


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    Had a friend who wanted to give her husband a set of corn hole Badger boards for his birthday.

    Just got done with them (they are the exact same as the boards I made for myself a few years ago).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Peerless View Post
    Had a friend who wanted to give her husband a set of corn hole Badger boards for his birthday.

    Just got done with them (they are the exact same as the boards I made for myself a few years ago).

    Nice work. The logos, hand painted it stick ones?
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    Adopted player Lindsey

  12. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saddletramp View Post
    Nice work. The logos, hand painted it stick ones?
    The logos are decals - so I can't take credit for that.

    Decals on, and them poly over them quite a few times. Have never had any issues of the coming off or peeling at the edges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peerless View Post
    The logos are decals - so I can't take credit for that.

    Decals on, and them poly over them quite a few times. Have never had any issues of the coming off or peeling at the edges.
    Nice work none the less.
    http://i93.photobucket.com/albums/l7...amp69/asdf.jpg
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    Just finished this up today, pretty happy with the result, I think I am going to try and shape some chess pieces to go along with it next.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlimburg View Post


    Just finished this up today, pretty happy with the result, I think I am going to try and shape some chess pieces to go along with it next.
    Wow man, GREAT work. That came out looking awesome. Good luck with the chess pieces!!

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