Keim Lumber Sign

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Project by DigitalFabber posted 343 days ago 759 views 0 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I the first you’ll see the initial design, it had a very Holiday feel to it.

As the project evolved and I got closer to carve time I decided against for pine cones and needles and went with the sawblade.

The third pic just shows some of the paint on.

Pic four is our final sign.

-- Factory in a box ...

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#1 posted 343 days ago

Nice sign! Will it be in the Keim store soon?

Keim is my favorite lumber yard. I have purchased several walnut slabs there. I travel from Pittsburgh 3-4 times per year to that area and Keim is always on the agenda.

-- She asked me, "Who are you going to please with that?" I said, "Me."

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#2 posted 343 days ago

Very nice design. What type of CNC machine do you have? What software do you use?


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#3 posted 343 days ago

This sign was made on a CarveWright machine.

I have 3 CWs and a ShopBot Desktop.

I use the ShopBor software as well as the Vectric software suite.

-- Factory in a box ...

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#4 posted 342 days ago

very cool and I think you went with the right design.

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#5 posted 342 days ago

Nice sign! That’s one of my favorite stores. I often visit there every time we visit my inlaws.

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#6 posted 342 days ago

Love the paint job. I may need to practice that style, it looks awesome. What kind of paint did you use?

-- If the iron is blunt, and one does not sharpen the edge, he must use more strength, but wisdom helps one to succeed.

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#7 posted 339 days ago

Thanks for all of the nice comments.

The paint is just a high quality acrylic.

-- Factory in a box ...

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