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A friend asked if I could make a finger labyrinth for his son. I grabbed a photo off the Internet, did some modifications, and cut this out of Maple for him. It's about 11.5" diameter and finished in Nitrocellulose lacquer.

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Cool. Put a marble in it.
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Thats pretty cool! What machine did you run that on?
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Thats pretty cool! What machine did you run that on?
Thank you! This one - 2nd Build (first)

It took an hour to get the drawing right, 10 minutes to prep the wood, and 4 minutes to cut on the CNC. Then another 10 minutes of sanding followed by spraying a coat of sealer on both sides, sanded again, then a finish coat of gloss lacquer for a total finishing time of an hour or so.

So the least amount of time for this was the CNC but it was also the most significant and noticeable part of the job.

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A Braille puzzle? It could be.
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Very neat David , and wow it’s been a while since I seen one . Maybe you’ll start the trend all over again
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