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Had a guy who works with epoxy order a USA flag pocket cut so he could finish. This is new to both of us. I made something up and he liked it. He supplied a 36 x 24 pine panel. Pocket cuts are .3" deep (I think they could be shallower). He picked it up along with a few others today (pics when finished I hope) and didn't waste any time. First layer of epoxy is in. He seems happy. All I care about.
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I like it...
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If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Yeah, not normally a CNC fan, but like that one.
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Good one ,John.
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Great idea John. Thanks for sharing.
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Very Cool @honesttjohn

Woooo... next up on the epoxy list is Corian / Solid Surface.

HJ, I see you making 2-3' round Polish eagle tables.
Red w/ a Black epoxy fill. Scattered about the town outside
the storefronts. That eagle could be a challenge.

Just do it
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I like it also. Nicely done.
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Another I Like It.
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Yeah, not normally a CNC fan, but like that one.

Is that really coming from you Theo??

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Very Cool @honesttjohn

Woooo... next up on the epoxy list is Corian / Solid Surface.

HJ, I see you making 2-3' round Polish eagle tables.
Red w/ a Black epoxy fill. Scattered about the town outside
the storefronts. That eagle could be a challenge.

Just do it
Riiiight. I've cut corian in 2d - foot square trivets.

And they would have to be red and white --Polish colors. Just have to figure out how.
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