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I did this carve for my son as a birthday gift. He loved it!
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Very nice, Karen!

My son just turned 33 and he's a Star Wars aficionado, as well. I did a Star Wars Aztec calendar for him but he'd like one of these, too. Actually, if I gave him a block of Walnut and told him it was from the sands of Tatooine he'd hang it on his wall!

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Nice Job!!
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Very nice karen that is cool
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You are making those machines dance a fancy damn jig!

Not sure how you're using your CNC, but here is a writeup I did some time ago on making money with a CNC. Your stuff sure meets a high standard. I'm retired now, but taught marketing to eye doctors for almost 30 years. Not likely to take up CNC myself, but the suggestions in this pdf are how I'd approach it if I got one. Nice to make stuff for family, but I'd want the thing to pay for itself so I could move up to another machine without worrying about cost.
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Wow that turned out awesome!
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I already make money with the things I create. Have been doing it for 12 years now.
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That deserves a big tick, Karen.

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Really nice project Karen.

I foresee some great projects in your future with the new machine. I'm ready for you to get it setup and running.

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