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Old 19th Jul 2007, 22:47   #101
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Dang! Really nice cuts there!








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Old 19th Jul 2007, 23:48   #102
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Looks good! I'm looking forward to seeing how this turns out.
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Old 20th Jul 2007, 00:36   #103
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WOW ... amazing ...
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Old 20th Jul 2007, 22:43   #104
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Old 27th Jul 2007, 06:56   #105
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lol that's look like turbo rocket or some thing I love the unit it's an awsome idea well done and good luck
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Old 1st Aug 2007, 05:13   #106
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Now with the purchase of 100 record of cuts of dimensions 25mm x 0,7mm I go to come back to make mine cuts in the project



Initially I will make the cut of the tribal drawing to place in box of the source

Tomorrow I initiate the cuts with many photos

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Old 1st Aug 2007, 05:19   #107
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Are those the discs you use to cut your awesome designs into the case?
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Old 1st Aug 2007, 21:21   #109
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Are those the discs you use to cut your awesome designs into the case?
Thanks Dean MF
Most important 07mm is the dimension of the disc cuts of 25mm x 0,7mm

Here first the tribal one cut and tomorrow I cut the other tribal one and later I cut drawing in acrylic the same to make the effect





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Wow dude! Really amazing cuts! I wish I had your steady hands!!
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Those small cutting wheels are the bomb, they slice a lot better than the thicker ones. They just come apart so quick. Have you tried the thin diamond wheel yet, Ulysses?

Great detail though, really nice. Keep up the good work.
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Your dremel work is making god jealous...keep it up!
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Old 2nd Aug 2007, 20:33   #113
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Those small cutting wheels are the bomb, they slice a lot better than the thicker ones. They just come apart so quick. Have you tried the thin diamond wheel yet, Ulysses?

Great detail though, really nice. Keep up the good work.
Thanks SPQQKY, GuitarBizarre and Dean MF
I did not use disk cuts of diamond

I finished the cut todaday second tribal it
I also madethe frame of the cover of box needing some details that i must it finishes tomorrow





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Today I made the finishing in the one of the dragons using disk cuts of lesser that to obtain with the cuts of the tribal ones
Now it lacks only plus a dragon to make finishing





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Honestly dude. You must be an alien!! No human being can make dremel cuts like that!!! AMAZING!!
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he has lazers on the ends of his fingers.....

they is wicked cuts dude ... orsum infakT

keep it up i might get you to carve some of these into my arms ...
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if you can do that with a dremel... please go buy yourself a scroll saw!
and whad did you use to cut out your pci covers?
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Oh man! That looks really great!
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if you can do that with a dremel... please go buy yourself a scroll saw! and whad did you use to cut out your pci covers?
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to make the cuts in the acrylic I used Rotary tools and any Cutting Wheels

Now this mine I finish cut made in this week
They are Chinese letters with meaning of Silver Dragon
Tomorrow I rank photos of where I will go places these letters


The names Silver and Dragon in Chinese

Here cut and lacking finishing

Cut finished with finishing
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