Author: Bill


I’ll call this a medallion for lack of a better description. It’s approx 5-1/2 x 6 inches on solid 3/4 inch maple.

This is my first time making a “3D” carve on my Onefinity CNC. I’m happy with the result. The “Eagle” was designed using my new software Vetric VCarve using an image from their included clipart. I used a 3.175 mm (1/8 inch) downcut endmill for roughing and a 2.2 degree 1.0 mm radius tapered ball nose (TBN) bit for the finish passes.

I finished it with 2 coats of liquid beeswax mineral oil mixture.

This new software from Vetric adds amazing possibilities for me going forward. I’ll be making and posting more projects produced with it.

More stall signs

Some more horse name signs for their stalls.

Made from 1×4, they’re 12 inches long. I switched from shellac to sanding sealer as a pre-sealer. It works just as good, cleans up with soap and water and accepts any type of finish coat. After painting and sanding, these were finished with Danish oil.