Several styles and designs from different species of wood.
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A piece of White Ash from our bush lot, the first tool paths flattened the top then the engraving of the text and clock numbers.

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Painting the engraved areas with a tiny brush and laytex paint.

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The top is planed again with a pocketing raster toolpath in the direction of the wood grain.

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Last steps to finish with a clear satin laquer and install the clock movement.

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This is a horizontal style some with the Logo on the right or left, and there are vertical with the Logo on the top or bottom. Pine.

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Very poor photo, this is from Pine and stained too dark, not good.

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Pine.

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And one from MDF that could be painted, if you like.

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Another from MDF.

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Clock I made for the Wood Working and Craft Centre.

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White Ash rough live edge.

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Many like the live edge.

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After engraving the text and the 3D image, I painted the text.

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Next step is to remove the paint around the text.

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A closer look. The wood is Black Cherry cut from our wood lot, cut to lumber then air dried outside for 3 years.

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Clock movement installed and stain applied. Sonny is a car collector.

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