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    Best of luck with your interesting project. Can't wait to see the results.

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    I've only got a couple Mike.
    The top one is a Maher & Grosh from Toledo, Ohio
    The bottom one is a Waterville from Waterville, Connecticut

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    Nice! Thanks gents! Beautiful.
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    I have one to post tonight when I get home from work. Sweet idea Mike
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    Here is one of my favorites. I'll post more as I find them.

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    So Mike are you looking for fancy scales in general. Cell.,MOP, bone, ivory, the whole shebang?or mostly just the old cell?
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    The whole shebang, enchilada, et al Shaun. Bone, horn, ivory, MOP, just so long as it's got some textures and/or carved features.
    Hoping Thaeris sees this and joins in as well. He's acquired, restored, and made some lovely scales while I've been a member.
    Tom has a couple too I think..

    The mad computer corner of the shop is starting to take shape. Where these designs will hopefully come to fruition. Got my router table built, now to figure out my axises and steps per revolution counts and all that jazz.
    Maybe tomorrow would be better.
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    Oh this is so cool you're the man Mike! My phone is being silly so ill post pics tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HARRYWALLY View Post
    Ok, whos got the 3D printer?? I know someone here does.
    I dont, but a friend of mine does, and i have been working with him on this same project. Current level of detail is not on par with what I am trying for, but with every upgrade to the hardware, we get a little closer!

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