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Hi guys, A few days ago my Son (who has a cnc plasma shop) called and said he was working on a wall plaque for a local fire department and asked if I could make a 6 inch Fire/Rescue emblem for it. I think the wood/metal combination looks good but what's really great is when your 30 year old son still needs his old Dad. 😉
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WOW Joe!! i love the deep relief, and the detail of all the elements is real attractive! how great to work together.
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Nice. About all my son needs from me is a smack in the back of the head.
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Great job,can’t get over the detail . I think you get the title of Master cnc guy

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That means they're starting to get it and will be alright. Good Show!!!

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Great product, Steve; Son gets an 'Atta-boy' as well.
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outstanding!!!

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Excellent project. Made yourselves proud on that.

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Nicely done...sure is nice to work with family...

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Excellent, just excellent! Great job, Joe.

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