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Freehand Carving Signs with a Router - and FIRE!

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Project by WoodWorkLIFE posted 03-15-2017 06:10 PM 1371 views 0 times favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Hey guys,

I wanted my logo for my shop/website/channel to be something physical tangible while at the same time trying something fun. I used Ridgid’s new trim router and one of the weed burner/baby flamethrowers to free hand carve a few signs out a walnut crotch and a maple burl I had laying around.

First I printed a template and attached it to my stock and then very carefully tracked the lines working from inside out of each of the letters.

After the logos were carved out I did two different types of “pyrography” on one I put a little bit of char to accent the white lettering, on the YouTube logo I did all the coloration with the char ala Shou Sugi Ban.

I love the way these turned out, I did a video on this on my channel, check it out below.

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Thanks for watching,

Rick
Wood.Work.LIFE

-- Rick, Keep your tools sharp and your mind sharper, www.Wood-Work-LIFE.com





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ralbuck

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#1 posted 03-15-2017 08:12 PM

AS a formerly licensed full scale pyromaniac like you; I love them. ( I was a licensed boiler operator and a certified volunteer fireman for several years—both classified as full scale pyros!)

-- just rjR

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#2 posted 03-16-2017 08:04 PM



AS a formerly licensed full scale pyromaniac like you; I love them. ( I was a licensed boiler operator and a certified volunteer fireman for several years—both classified as full scale pyros!)

- ralbuck

LOL, I don’t think I licensed, but damn is it fun.

-- Rick, Keep your tools sharp and your mind sharper, www.Wood-Work-LIFE.com

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