Our Lords Last Supper

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Project by marksalot2005 posted 11-06-2015 02:24 AM 1634 views 0 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

While I was working on the bookshelf. I had my CNC Shark Router carving this out. Made is solid oak, From a 1970’s dining room table leaf section. Final bit was a 1/16 diameter ball endmill. Very Little sanding required. Found a can of Mission Oak Stain. Wanted to give it an old look so it matched me lol. Giving this to one of my machinist. It is not large only 12 inches wide. A good size to place on a mantel or hang on a wall. I have added a photo of the first Last Supper I made, It is 9 inches wide. The other one is 12” wide and with the Misson stain. Brought out the 3d profiles out better. The one I am making now is also 12” width.

-- Mark, Katy, Texas, Did they give Noah a hardtime about the wood boat in his driveway

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#1 posted 11-06-2015 10:33 AM

Very nice.
Where did you get the 3D art work.

-- Dave, from Canada,

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#2 posted 11-06-2015 03:14 PM

Wow that is beautiful

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#3 posted 11-06-2015 04:27 PM

Cool! I was thinking about carving The Last Supper for a friend of mine on my CNC.

-- Todd, Huntsville, AL

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#4 posted 11-07-2015 01:24 AM

How long did it take with the 1/16” bit?

-- Bob, Indiana, "Well done is better than well said." -Ben Franklin

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#5 posted 11-07-2015 05:30 AM

The model comes from for $ 10.00, very easy to use with Cut3D software. It took 1 Hr 30 minutes to rough 1/4” spiral upcut endmill. 7 hrs 15 minutes with the 1/16” ball mill, 4 minutes to cut it out of stock lumber. Now in process with another one, Roughed it out tonight, in the morning begin the 1/16” ball mill. Then by tomorrow afternoon, be ready to stain. While it is machining, I will be working on a 1970’s dining room table. Repurposing it. Into a nice poker table. When the Shark is making long time cuts. I work on other parts of a project or on something else. The CNC Shark is a great asset in my shop.

-- Mark, Katy, Texas, Did they give Noah a hardtime about the wood boat in his driveway

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#6 posted 11-14-2015 02:45 AM

Nice work and thanks for the lead on Wood Wisdom! That’s a new one to me!

-- Mike, A Yooper with a drawl,

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