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Hand carved and Natural made furniture, chess boards and pieces by Brad Clark
Go check out my website i have a few pictures of my recent projects. A lot of the things i make have an antique rustic and vintage look. here is my URL: http://mypeoplepc.com/members/stratmaster/naturalfurniture/
October 13th 03 02:35 AM
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beginnerscursus houtsnijden by Ben Plomp
Voor de aankomende Ned. houtsnijders aangeboden een 1 daagse houtsnijcursus, waar u de beginselen van het houtsnijden wordt geleerd. Kijk hiervoor op www. sutacelot.nl.
October 13th 03 11:54 PM
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CNC ROUTERS by CNCROUTER
See photos at. We have the best prices. http://www.pump1.com/vmax/cncrouterspics.htm Kevin.
October 16th 03 05:57 AM
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NEW EXOTIC LUMBER STO HOMESHOP HARDWOODS by LOWHITENER
NEW EXOTIC LUMBER STO HOMESHOP HARDWOODS Hello fellow woodworkers, I am Wynn Whitener, and I have opened an Exotic Lumber Store in Morganton, NC. Morganton is roughly half way between Asheville, NC, and Winston Salem, NC. My store is located 1-1/2 miles south of Interstate 40 at Exit #105,...
October 16th 03 05:51 PM
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And Another New Carving... by Marc
Another Polar Bear. This one is in white alabaster, 17 inches long, 10 inches tall, natural finish. - Marc http://mnsi.net/~mbrode/Misc/Oct%2015D.jpg
October 16th 03 11:14 PM
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Great carving Marc by George G
I have admired your carving for a long time. Thought you might interested in what I have been doing. George Click he http://community.webtv.net/YYURYYUBICURYY4me/doc
October 17th 03 01:41 PM
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Going to Kansas City by Roadman
-- I'm heading to Kansas City next week for some business meetings and wondered if anyone could suggest any woodcarving stores shops, shows displays museums etc in the area. Murray
October 24th 03 05:27 AM
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the Crafts Barn by Jotous
Hi, If you into Woodworking check out this site. br a href="www.thecraftsbarn.com"The Crafts Barn/a
October 24th 03 05:47 AM
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is this all about Wood, or are there Stone carvers here too? by RainLover
Hi everyone, I'm a seattle-area artist and sculptor and was wondering if this newsgroup is all about wood or if us lowly carvers of stone are allowed to hang out and cause problems too. Thanks, James Kelsey
October 28th 03 08:03 PM
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Most disgusted 'carving' shown on the web... by Zolutte Rucacoorn
http://www.woodroyal.com/ has the ugliest and most disgusted sculptures I have ever seen. Thai simply can't carve so don't even waste your time…Zolutte from Bali
October 31st 03 02:33 AM
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Parana pine ? by Andy Dingley
I'm no carver, just a furniture maker. I'm about to make a small chest, in a medieval reproduction style. This will be decorated with some simple carving, either chip carved roundels or gothic arcading (like a row of church windows). My timber choice could go either way at the moment, either oak...
November 4th 03 05:14 PM
by Andy Dingley Go to last post
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Carving bases, alabaster and otherwise by Joe Ahearn
Hi, I am about to need a base for a small (8" tall) found-wood carving. I am thinking of using alabaster for the contrast, but looking at the usual carving suppliers don't see any source for small amounts of alabaster. Can anyone recommend a supplier, or a good source for bases in...
November 13th 03 01:52 PM
by Marc Go to last post
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CNC ROUTER by CNCROUTER
This new Router by V-Mac Products offers quality and low price, they also have a 2x2 model that will cut soft metal. See http://www.pump1.com/vmax/cncrouters.htm Kelly
November 14th 03 03:16 PM
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Manta Ray by Gordon
I am still looking for a manta ray pattern. Even a site with good pictures would help. Thanks, Gordon
November 15th 03 12:04 PM
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test by turtle
test -- http://www.geocities.com/hush88ca/Millers_Bird_Carvings.html
November 16th 03 02:40 AM
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scrol saw by turtle
Guys I recently bought a scroll saw and thought that there was a blade to cut in any direction without rotating the wood. Is there such a thing or was I dreaming? Will -- http://www.geocities.com/hush88ca/Millers_Bird_Carvings.html
November 17th 03 01:10 AM
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Carving Texture & Fur by Jim
Hi- I'm trying to ifnd out how to make decent fur on a carving. All the books I've read, just mumble something about adding texture and get past the subject in under 25 words. Some books have a lot to say about burning feathers into a woodcarving. I am not real interested in wood burning. I...
November 26th 03 03:59 PM
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Stencil or stamp? by [email protected]
Hi all, I have much experience in making printed circuit boards using photoetching techniques. Recently I got 10 Kgs of epoxy glass copper clad boards, double sided, from a friend that quitted his electronics activity. My past experiences with photoetching have been a great success if I used...
December 6th 03 09:17 AM
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How to carve bones? by Shane D. Maudiss
I´ve found some human skeletons in my garden and the bones seem still ok. What can I carve from the bones?
December 6th 03 04:40 PM
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Great Site by john
http://CNCzone.com is a growing all CNC machine discussion forum. Their is allot of info and guy's building their own machines. Many great software sections to chose from and talk about. Come check out what's going on. http://cnczone.com
December 10th 03 08:32 AM
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