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I am new here and thought I would post a few pictures of what I like to do. I have a CNC on order and when it shows up I will have some different types of projects. These are all scroll saw and lathe.
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Cool. Let us know what kind of machine you're getting and what software you'll be using.

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Wow Rusty you do some nice work . No idea how you pulled off the bowl in the third pic. Thanks for sharing.

Ok looking again I got it . Sure looks like a lot of work , but great outcome. Can hardly imagine what you’ll be building with a cnc
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John I ordered the Piranha XL that comes with a laser and forth axis. The software that comes with it is vcarve desktop 9.5. I have seen all of the new additions to version 10 and will do the upgrade. I have been watching a lot of videos on YouTube on using the software and machine. Can’t wait to get started.
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The turnings are nice Rusty, especially the segmented one.
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you do some mighty fine work Rusty..
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Really nice Rusty, you're gonna love adding the cnc to your shop. Welcome to the forum, lots of helpful people here.
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Hey, Rusty; that perforated trivet(?) is exceptional! Not a 'newbie' then?
If I hadn't already said, Welcome!!
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Very nice work Rusty.
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Just getting into turning but you certainly have it well in hand. Really nice work. Welcome aboard Rusty.
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