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    Just created this pattern in Coyote Stencil. Printed it at 11x8.5 and took to local printshop and had enlarged to 16x12. Cutting on 1/8" plywood. Going to be Christmas present for in-laws..this is their house. Just got some new spiral blades from Mike and so far I LOVE them!
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    WOW! That is going to be a challange.

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    • #3
      Wowza!! That will be a challenge. Hope to see it when done.
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      • #4
        BigDaddy
        I really like the pattern.

        I don't want to seem negative, but it looks like there are a lot of floaters in the pattern or is it just my perspective?
        Dave
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        • #5
          You might want to be careful . . . . after they see that pic they may decide to cut down that tree what sits right in the middle of their front yard . . . . . just sayin' . . . .

          ) It looks challenging but it will be beautiful!!

          Good Luck.
          John
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          • #6
            Yeah there are some floaters, but the nice thing is that I don't have to follow this pattern exactly as it is...My plan is to cut the major areas and leave a lot of the piddly little pieces alone.
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            • #7
              Well..this project got scrapped...

              Over the last 4 sessions of working on it, I broke numerous pieces off. I guess using 1/8" plywood with a small spiral saw isn't the best idea. Ah well, wife said it was ok if I made some compound cut ornaments for her parents so I am going to work on that instead.

              REALLY disappointed though. I had over 20 hours invested in this one. Just too much kept breaking off.

              On wards and up wards!
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              • #8
                Stack a piece of 1/4" something under your 1/8'' it will give you better control and ditch the spiral blades, Try FDUR #1,3or 5's.
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