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11-24-2016 08:54 AM
Knothead47 We had a demo at the recent meeting of our turning club. The fellow was showing how to paint turnings. One piece used acrylic paint. Looked great! The only thing is it takes a while to dry as opposed to other paints he had. BTW, he used fingerpaints, too.
Let's see the sign after you decide what you use.
11-23-2016 10:02 PM
BobbyLee Came out awesome Frank. Love the wood and the sign. Fantastic job.
11-22-2016 06:17 PM
DaninVan Nice 'flame job'!
11-22-2016 03:48 PM
richjh
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Originally Posted by DaninVan View Post
Zebra wood(?)...




Maybe Okapi?
11-21-2016 06:31 AM
hawkeye10 I really like Watco Danish Oil. It will make the figure of the wood really pop.
11-20-2016 05:51 PM
RainMan 2.0 Another great job Frank. I love that wood , what a great choice for one of your signs. The white fonts look really sharp
11-20-2016 04:31 PM
Frankj3 UPDATE......

We went with an off-white-biege color for the letters. It very closely matched her curtains.

I still need to put the key hole slots in the back to hang it.

We are gonna wait on sealing it for now. Being inside, the smell of the finish.....if the shellac has a smell.....could affect my asthma.

I cut everything with my 1/8" flat bottom carbide bit. I cut it at full depth in 1 cutting.....about 1/4" deep.
11-20-2016 02:37 PM
DaninVan
?!

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If you have made coffee, then you are a chemist.
Ummm...I can make Ammonia from beer.
11-20-2016 12:36 PM
RainMan 2.0 Sorry I can't contribute Frank , but just wanted to say that wood grain looks awesome and I'm sure looking forward too seeing the finished product
11-20-2016 12:08 PM
rwl7532
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A chemist, I'm not.

I think I will buy it instead.
If you have made coffee, then you are a chemist.
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