High School Woodshop Name Project

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Project by Mark Duncan posted 1723 days ago 9582 views 0 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

It was the end of Freshman year and i need to make a name project to get my final grade. So i got the idea to make this name project after seeing a similar one on ebay. First i needed to get the right font, so i downloaded a font off of I then typed up what I was wanting to cut out and taped it to a piece of cherry stained birch. I then cut it out on my Dremel Scroll Saw and used my wood burner to separate the letters. I then cut out a bottom and used a roman ogee bit on it. I then finished each piece with 2 coats of wipe on polyurethane and I later screwed each name piece to the bottom with 2 screws each. I turned it in and got an A on it. So I suppose i did pretty good.

-- Mark Duncan, Central California

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#1 posted 1723 days ago

now you get 2 a’s !
hang in there , bud .
woodworking is a wonderfull craft .
so whats next ?

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#2 posted 1723 days ago

Nice Job

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#3 posted 1722 days ago

looks good to me.
nice job.

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#4 posted 1721 days ago

well done

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#5 posted 1720 days ago

Good work.

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