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    Last year Dan (Band Saw box) showed us some beautifull eggs (3D compound).
    I want too, make an egg. I asked to Dan in private message how he made these eggs. and I understood that:
    -1- you draw an egg (high 3")
    -2- you draw the 4 sections.
    -3- you draw circle that you adjust to the wide of the sections
    -4- you saw the circle with adding some angle.
    -5- you glue the 4 sections
    -6- you sand your egg...
    Dan told me that is correct; then I make a drawing. Please Dan, can you correct my drawing on attached file?
    Thanks a lot.
    Attached Files
    Best regards

    Simon MARTIN
    From France

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    You can also look at my pyrography galery: Martin's Album
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  • #2
    Hay Simon
    The drawing looks good to me, it should work out fine.
    sigpic: Dan US Navy PR1 (Ret)
    To all who serve or have served, Thank you
    Well I am the worlds greatest scroller at my house.

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    • #3
      thanks, Dan.
      When I would do this eggs, I will show you the result... If I can do it! but I'm affarid, your eggs are very nice.
      Ok, I'm going to bed (it's more than 11 p.m now).
      Best regards

      Simon MARTIN
      From France

      Visit My Gallery:Simon's Album

      You can also look at my pyrography galery: Martin's Album
      Website: http://decors.bois.peinture.free.fr

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      • #4
        Just take your time with sanding. I wish I could remember more of the French I learned with I was in the Navy. Not a whole lot but enough to get around when I was in port. I been to (for give the poor spelling). Tulone, Cannes, Monitco and Marseille. France is one of my favorite countries as most of the people I met were very friendly and of course the food was wonderful. I wasn't one of those when would head straight for Micky D's
        sigpic: Dan US Navy PR1 (Ret)
        To all who serve or have served, Thank you
        Well I am the worlds greatest scroller at my house.

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        • #5
          Ok, Dan, I underdstand where you was... Toulon, Cannes, Monaco, Marseille...
          I like also your country. I almost visited, in several trip, all the national parks in west between Yellowstone, the Pacific coast and Tucson. Very nice Parks. I work also in Canada along the border of USA, from Halifax to Vancouver to sell feeding systems for pigs and poultry... old stories, I am retired now since 2008.
          have a good day.
          Best regards

          Simon MARTIN
          From France

          Visit My Gallery:Simon's Album

          You can also look at my pyrography galery: Martin's Album
          Website: http://decors.bois.peinture.free.fr

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          • #6
            Nice thread...
            Thanks Dan...
            I'm inspired...!!
            I grabbed a copy....I've got some ideas...
            Jim

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