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Forest Cobbler

Necessity is the mother of invention

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Because I needed to use a cutter so that I could do a wax infill, but the ends of the line of text were far higher than the middle. Using a nose cone was not going to be an option, and I have still not got a complete grip on how to use the depth gauge settings, so didn't want to spend time trying to find out if that would work. Doing one letter at a time seemed to be the most time effective way of getting a pretty consistent depth. It was only a matter of blueing everything out, turning each letter in turn back to black and resetting to the surface each time.

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I'm the same. I'll spend ages trying to set up an awkward piece securely enough to engrave and probably make bugger all for doing it. I get a sense of achievement from it though.  "Job satisfaction"



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