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    I made four stand up puzzles from Peterson patterns: Unicorn, Butterfly, Golden Retriever, Cow. Then I tried my hand at creating a stand up name puzzle which was part of a birthday gift for our daughter's friend.

    I used a FD UR #3, since I liked the tighter fit of the pieces and how much faster it cuts than the #5 or #7 (I get a little impatient when cutting).

    I sanded the edges with a sanding mop, but I still need to break it in a lot. I'm not able to get into some of the smaller inside areas without sanding too much off the outer parts. I'm also wearing leather gloves which is saving my skin from being sanded off (happened the first time and I didn't realize it until later), but I'm developing some small holes in the finger tips. It's also hard to hold some of the smaller pieces and not have them go flying. Any recommendations and advice would be much appreciated.

    For the name puzzle I used Hobo font which was recommended by a few members here (thank you!) and used Photoshop to join the letters and make them fuller.
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  • #2
    Very well done on all of them.
    "Still Montana Mike"

    "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
    Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC

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    • #3
      They are very nice.
      DeWalt 788

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      • #4
        great job!!.......I like the font choice for the name puzzle...

        bob
        "The Journey is the Reward"

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        • #5
          I like all of them. I have only used puzzle blades to date except for cutting the outside of a puzzle. I would have thought the #3 blade would have cut slower than the #5 or #7 based on the simple thought that the smaller blade would not cut as fast.
          Bob

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