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Decorative Dimensional Sign 29 Nov 2013 12:35 #1

  • Phillip Newell
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This isn't a CNC sign, but I guess it fits in the dimensional category.

I've made a few of these now. This one was for a home office with an industrial theme.

Made with wood. Letters cut on scroll saw. Painted and distressed.

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Decorative Dimensional Sign 29 Nov 2013 20:40 #2

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Nice Phillip, really looks old. Classic design.
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Decorative Dimensional Sign 01 Dec 2013 08:16 #3

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Philip I love it.

I have a CNC machine BUT - I do NOT come in here looking for CNC made signs.
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Decorative Dimensional Sign 02 Jan 2014 12:35 #4

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Like seeing the artistic side of sign making.
I love CNC and all the challenges it brings to woodworking.
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Decorative Dimensional Sign 18 Jan 2014 14:32 #5

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Love your signs man. You really have the eye for that vintage feel, and that seems pretty popular right now too.

Post away, Don't matter if it's flat, whatever.

PS: Melissa made nothing but 3D signs for years with a scroll saw, hand router, dremel.

This gallery (mostly bottom portion)is probably 40-50% from pre-CNC days:

https://plus.google.com/photos/11138061 ... banner=pwa

Decorative Dimensional Sign 18 Jan 2014 16:15 #6

  • Mike Schnorr
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Jason and I were just talking about that not too long ago! I'm going to be posting some 3D signs from my pre-CNC days just to show what can be done without all that technology! You have the skills, Phillip! You don't need to wait until you can afford a machine!

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Decorative Dimensional Sign 29 Jan 2014 22:27 #7

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Beautiful ! I love the thick font style letters, They really stand out. I am like Leo, It doesnt matter what it was made with, and 1 step farther what it was made out of. To use more hands on tools I imagine would be more rewarding. This is a Very cool sign !

Decorative Dimensional Sign 02 Feb 2014 23:09 #8

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Wow, I love it!! You have a great eye for design and you are able to create the finished product. That's awesome! Keep it up! I am waiting to see how you do with hand carving.
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