This years collection reels

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RSG
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This years collection reels

Post by RSG » Thu Nov 28, 2019 7:31 pm

What a pile of work these turned out to be. The shield on the backplate alone has four different finishes on it. Just glad they are finally done. I did some experimenting with my new blast cabinet with the Tacoma upgrade using glass beads and crushed glass. So far I'm very happy with the outcome.

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Thanks for looking

RG
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Re: This years collection reels

Post by Harold_V » Thu Nov 28, 2019 9:39 pm

Outstanding, as usual!

H
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Re: This years collection reels

Post by GlennW » Thu Nov 28, 2019 9:54 pm

That's for sure!

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Re: This years collection reels

Post by RSG » Sat Nov 30, 2019 8:13 am

Thanks guys! Acknowledgment from people like the two of you is very satisfying. You and the rest of the members have been a big part to my success.

And there's a nice ring to that title Glenn, thanks 8) LOL
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Re: This years collection reels

Post by pete » Fri Dec 13, 2019 9:39 pm

As always extremely well done and beautiful work RSG. You also have a rare eye for proportion and design. I can probably figure out how most of the set ups were done since I already know your not using cnc so there's only so many ways it could be done. But decent tutorials using rotary tables on the forums are in short supply. I'd think a long running thread showing those various & different set ups on the General Discussion forum would be more than appreciated by most here if you'd be willing to do so.

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