Discussion in 'DIY Projects' started by Markz Metal Workz, Mar 9, 2016.
Yep, thank you!!
Very nice work. Excellent technique and explanation, very well thought out.
Thank you for sharing the files!
Great job with all the instructional videos!
How are you finishing these? The colors look great!
Sanded with 60 grit to shiny steel. Then airbrush on dyes from SteelFX. Finished in automotive 2 part clear.
Excellent thanks very much. Made a couple as well, it would ha be helped if I watched the videos first
Picked up a couple of tips which will help a lot.
Did anyone else have a problem with the file loading. It's not loading a complete image for me.
great job on this whole thread! thank you very much for sharing this.
Thank you very much Markz, I will be using this in my Ag. Mech 2 Class on how to bend metal with a 14-16 ga using a rosebush. Thank you for the great idea!
We started cutting these for the students on Friday. It was an instant moral booster, not only getting to do something different in the shop but getting to make a Christmas gift for free when they they are broke. We are recycling some metal shelving that was put by my scrap box so all we really have into it is the consumables and the stems that I'll donate myself.
Thanks again for sharing! You gave to about 30 ppl that would have otherwise never seen this web site. Mary Christmas and Happy Holidays!
I did have to break the pieces out as the cuts never seemed to completely tie into each other, but that is most likely on my end.
This is a great project. Thank you for sharing
How many roses can you get out of a 4x8 sheet?
can someone help? I cannot get the cut in the peddles to come out. Am I missing something
My apologies, looks like I set up that file to be an Online tool path. Just checked it and worked out perfect as an Online tool path.
CAn someone help me create the correct file. I'm pretty limited on this CAD stuff.
I tried that but it shows up as dotted lines. probably missing something on my end
I figured it out. LOL I am a master now
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