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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-23-2016, 04:53 AM Thread Starter
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New one I'm just finishing up for a customer.

2' x 2' Panel Board. Cut with a 1/8th & 1/16 straight bit. Ready for the clear. Sprayed with clear lacquer before applying primer to prevent any bleeding.

With finish on it. Still drying and will probably do one more coat.. Working through the night as usual. Seems like I constantly Ride That Red Eye...
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Your a pro Bobby.
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Bobby Lee does it again. Nice
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Wow , is that ever nice !
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Bobby Lee does it again. Nice
and again....
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Bobby Lee,

Turned out real nice. The customer should be very happy.
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