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    cnc cut signs

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    Nice. Did you build your CNC? I want to build my own and have been accumulating parts. Trying to scavenge good bits as the budget is tight having to pay for school.

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    I have built many of my own cnc routers.
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    The margins on these signs is astronomical; and for what? Some paint and elbow grease? The sign looks amazing my friend, very well done.

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    VV- you sound like someone who has never done one? You are right, the paint is cheap. The materials are not so, and a *lot* of elbow grease. Not raggin' it is just more work than you could imagine. Gene
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    beautiful work and a beautiful shop ,well done !

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinylvillain View Post
    The margins on these signs is astronomical; and for what? Some paint and elbow grease? The sign looks amazing my friend, very well done.
    Nope, none of that is true. Also I can say with near certainty that this sign does not look good up close. No way is that masking holding a sharp edge like actual paint mask.

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    cnc cut signs-1936526_10201550853009062_8504326691605940101_n-jpgHere is my best friends cnc. CAMaster Stinger III 5' x 10' we use it 90% for speaker boxes and some signs from time to time

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    Good money in textured wallwork as well....

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    Amazing job!

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    "Good money in textured wallwork as well...."
    That is a sweet looking table

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