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    My first hand painted signs. Not a big deal, but wanted to share.

    a friend recommended me, so more or less i tried to keep the shop design from their web http://laveintinueve.com/shop/



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    Last edited by Boyan Silyavski; 01-04-2015 at 09:13 AM.
    project 1 , 2, Dust Shoe ...

  2. #2
    Looking good Boyan!!
    Neil...

    Build log...here

  3. #3
    looks great, what size tools and speeds/feeds

  4. #4
    Looks great very unique sign. Much better than the generic printed diabond box signs everyone uses today.
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    Thanks guys!

    Quote Originally Posted by Blackrat View Post
    looks great, what size tools and speeds/feeds

    1/4 V cutter 60 degree, 3mm flat depth. Thats the typical i use for engraving soft, hard wood and phenolic plastic. A balance between fine detail, angle, speed, depth and quality look for thin and thick wood. I could say i have engraved thousand of things from credit card size to 1m signs, from arabesque to mandalas and signs, that works for all.

    I just speed it 17000 for hard wood and 18000 for very hard wood /ipe and ebony/ and slow at half the feed for phenolic. This is not flat V cutter, its a spiral one.




    The profile was done by my favorite 1/4 3 flute straight Kyocera bit at 16000 rpm and 90IPM. i am running short of this one unfortunately, so have to search from where to buy more, cause Drillman1 sells overstock so not always has what i like.

    The pictures dont do justice to the perfectly polished bits that last much more than say Freud or similar.
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    Last edited by Boyan Silyavski; 03-04-2015 at 06:21 PM.
    project 1 , 2, Dust Shoe ...

  6. What type of paint would you recommend for painting pine?

    Also where did you get that vbit cutter from? Really nice clean engraving

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    Hi,
    I did it with acrylic at the time, but now i don't do it that way. I use acrylic only when client wants as cheap as possible and only for inside. Normally i do it with 2 component industrial polyurethane when for outside.

    I don't use that V bit anymore. Instead i use CMT 90 degree insert V bit. For 60 degree i use the pyramid 6mm bits from China, Aliexpress.
    project 1 , 2, Dust Shoe ...

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