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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-13-2017, 03:35 PM Thread Starter
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This is a Strategic Air Command plaque with mounted missile and will get several other badges, emblems, laser engraving, etc. next week. I'll try to get a photo of it as a completed piece. Made of Black Walnut, finished with one coat of Nitrocellulose sealer and one coat of gloss, cut on the CNC and the first time I have chamfered an edge on the CNC - worked great. The plaque is 16" x 16".

Cut and chamfered -
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Chamfered edge close up -
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Completed plaque with missile -
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Missile mount close up -
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Completed plaque with missile -
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Very nice. As an old SAC guy, it makes me a bit nostalgic.
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Very nice. As an old SAC guy, it makes me a bit nostalgic.
Me too. A B-52H Sac guy from 1961 to l972. The good old days.
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I worked on B52-C,D and F, Fire Control System also worked on B52 D and G Fire Control Simulator and B52 D, G and H Electronic Warfare Simulator from 1970 to 1981.

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