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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-31-2018, 08:17 AM Thread Starter
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I had a request to make a plaque for a Command Chief and this is what we came up with, an unsteamed Walnut and Maple plaque. It's pretty large, actually, so I included a shot of it by the guitar I just finished. The plaque is about 12" x 21" and the Maple inlays are about 1/8" thick. The finish is Nitrocellulose lacquer.

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Wow that turned out amazing ! David,you’ve become quite a master cnc operator
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Beautifully done David.
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Very well done
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David, It is amazing how intricate you can make things with your cnc inlays. There seems to be no end to your market with the talent you possess.
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Very nice, David. Some people use a coffee can or a quarter to show relative size. Only a guitar player would use a guitar to show it. Nice work!
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Simply superb!
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Work like that could be a start of a Military market.
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