Inlay done with Auggie, Vexx and Gearotic CAD

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BobL
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Inlay done with Auggie, Vexx and Gearotic CAD

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Hi;

Here's the result of a few inlay test examples we come up with over the last few weeks, results are pretty good in my opinion. Thought I'd share with everyone to see.

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Having done some of this inlay work I know the effort required - Congratulations
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Excellent work Bob.
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Was Art and I actually, but thanks guys.

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Excellent work Bob and Art.  ;D

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The Zebra inlay is very nice. Maybe when I grow up I will be able to do it as nicely as you have.


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Mike:

  Before you get the idea we dealt with tweezers and lots of parts, heres how the Zebra was made.

1) Engrave B&W photo of zebras into wood. 12 minutes.
2) Flip and reverse image and burn into a piece if 1mm veneer to 3/4mm deep ( picture shows result).
3) Apply glue and push veneer into wood. Let dry.
4) Sand away 1/4mm of veneer.

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