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The Hermit is 135x203x57mm. I have never cut anything this deep before. .There werea few problem along the way. But I'll be prepared next time.
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Very impressive. Good job, what kind of wood is that?
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That does look deep, Dan. Good job, though!

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Great looking carving.
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Very impressive. Good job, what kind of wood is that?
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Thanks, the wood is walnut.
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Great job Dan
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What was the total depth?
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What was the total depth?
The wood was 57mm thick. The cutting depth was 50mm.
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Very interesting work, Dan.

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