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  1. Sign Making
    This is my first sign and I made it using my homemade Copycarver. I made a pattern out of 1/4 luan and used luan scraps to raise the logo and lettering. There are mistakes, and I learned a lot making this first sign. I initially used a 1/8 bit to outline all the raised area and then used a...
  2. New Member Introductions
    I am new to sing making and using routers. How do you rout scalloped edges on a board?
  3. Pyrography and Carving
    Hello all I am trying to go into an engraved wood sign business in my town. I am trying to produce something similar to what is attached. There are several issues I need help with: 1. What software should I use to create the sign and its tool paths and then send them to a Biesse CNC? I have a...
  4. Show N' Tell
    I was commissioned to make a large house name sign, replicating the view of the local mountain and forest, and consisting of layers of different woods. The wany edge background is Yellowwood, a coniferous species indigenous to South Africa, (Podocarpus, not related to the American Yellowwood)...
  5. Sign Making
    made a new sign today... start to finish (no poly, its an inside sign). You guys always ask about different parts of my sign making process so i thought I'd show it to you from start to finish. This is a sign for a friend of mine that he is giving as a gift. he gave me the info on what the...
  6. Sign Making
    I just got the Milescraft sign making jig kit. I would like to know if Milescraft (or other) make a sign layout program for the PC? If not, other suggestions? Thanks, bingocraig
  7. New Member Introductions
    Hello everybody, I am new on this forum. My name is Emmanuel and I am working on Craft wood. I am doing family wood signs, town wood signs, rustic wood signs and custom wood signs. I would apreciate to have a feedback of the website I just started CreateYourWoodSign dot com Thank you Emmanuel
  8. New Member Introductions
    Hello All, I joined this site to expand my knowledge of routers from more experienced users such as yourselves. I work at a photo lab/sign shop and I had no knowledge of routers and had to learn it "on the fly". I operate a Zund L-2500, and use mostly 1/8" & 1/4" Onsurd bits to cut photos...
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