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David, I posed your question to a young man who came back from rabbinical studies in Israel, to lock down with his parents. His father is a distinguished rabbi in Johannesburg.
He came back with the following: all good except 2nd and 4th.
Second should be: לא ידיד לך אלדים אחרים remember it goes from right to left, so the leftmost word is on the second line in your tablet.

Fourth should be: ‎זכור את יום דשבת לקדשו you have most of it, one letter or accent missing (I think).
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I never cease to be amazed at how effective this whole (sorry, there's current phrase for this concept but I can't think of it) community sourcing of info is.
David's answer comes from a third party literally 1/2 way 'round the World...who he doesn't even know!
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David I'm guessing that you used BB ply like you did for the flag project because the colors are similar. Did you mask it for carving and what bit did you use for the lettering?

Really nice clean looking project!
Thanks, Mike! No sir, this is Beech and Red Heart. It machines WAY better than BB and finishes much better, as well. Sanded to 120 with drum sander and ROS, hand sanded with a block and 220.

No mask, carved directly into the Beech with a 90 bit, 0.375 diameter, 100 ipm, one pass. Finish is a really good coat of Nitrocellulose sanding sealer, then a coat of gloss, then wiped with Mohawk Van Dyke Brown glazing stain and wiped back off the surface, followed by a coat of semi-gloss Nitrocellulose lacquer.

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David, I posed your question to a young man who came back from rabbinical studies in Israel, to lock down with his parents. His father is a distinguished rabbi in Johannesburg.
He came back with the following: all good except 2nd and 4th.
Second should be: לא ידיד לך אלדים אחרים remember it goes from right to left, so the leftmost word is on the second line in your tablet.

Fourth should be: ‎זכור את יום דשבת לקדשו you have most of it, one letter or accent missing (I think).
Hope this helps.
Wow! Thanks, Biagio! Now I need to try and figure out how to get that into my drawing and make it look like the other lines. This is text and what I have in the drawing is an image. I just sooooooooooo appreciate the fact that you did this! Too cool!

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David, I think you should look into stone-carving bits. Just kidding, nice work.
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Watch your email. Raya's on it.

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I've been out in the shop - had 3 orders for Longworth chucks - but I just came in to print labels and saw the email. Thank you, John! I'll get with her.

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David, is your problem sorted? I obtained inputfrom another source, who happens to be a Hebrew teacher. apparently the accents are optional in the script. If you are ok, I woulld not like to introduce confusion.
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Thanks, Biagio! I actually got two sources and they are very closely matched. One source is HJ's friend, who provided the 10 Commandments with vowel markings, and a local friend who has been studying Hebrew for 8-10 years. She provided the 10 Commandments without the vowel markings. For the carving I believe I will use the Hebrew without the vowel markings because it will be a cleaner carving.

Now I need to redesign the plaque with the proper Hebrew language and so some more.

It's great how the resources of this forum all come together on things like this - just awesome!

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