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Being new to this forum I wanted to post one of my projects that I have done. A friend of mine asked me if I could do this for from a picture he sent me to use as there prop when they have there get togethers with there college sororities. I used his picture and enlarged and traced over line work using autocad. I plotted out the drawing to size he wanted and did my routing.
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If you routed that free hand James then I bow to your superior talents, it's little short of brilliant.

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James...

I've got to agree with Harry on this one, for freehand work, that is most impressive!! nicely done.

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James, I'm with Harry and Bill. Very nice!

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Thank you all for your compliments. I hope i don't disquilify myself from this Router Forum, because I don't know if a Dremel tool is considered a router? All was done free hand, majority of the big cut were done with a hand router, the other smaller cuts were done with the Dremel (cutting tips).
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James, I've spoken with the judges and you have not been disqualified

Keep up the good work...

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Thank you TwoSkies. Glad to know I didn't get booted out before I even post my 10 posts. Thanks again.
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Very impressive, James!
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Very impressive, James!
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I too have a Dremel but can't make it do that type of work. Very well done you have inspired us all and we want to see more of your creations using the Dremel.
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