One of my first "fairly" successful scans

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One of my first "fairly" successful scans

Post by Paulie » Fri Jun 10, 2011 8:58 am

Here is one of my first fairly successful scans. It is one of my badges from the Sheriff's Office I retired from. Now I have to somehow define the details in the center where the original badge was enameled so the details can be milled. Not a bad start, and thanks to Jeff for guiding me along the other evening....missed a lot of downloads from his disks with my excitement of getting started. We all know what I am talking guys only read the directions when things go really wrong. Well I am starting to read them more often now with this awesome machine!!! :D
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Post by jeff dunnington » Sat Sep 03, 2011 9:25 am

Welcome to be Club Paulie

Sorry I missed your 1st post. Great scan. Badges are a great new revenue source if you go after it. How did the finished piece come out?

Glad I could help and keep current on the Forum to learn the full potential of the 3D Wax Mill.

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Post by ToddMichael » Wed Dec 21, 2011 10:21 am

Great Work, did you photograph the finished badge, would like to see?


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