For this particular wooden sign, I made a stencil for the inner profile and routed by hand. I then routed all the recess area by hand. Tough on the hands, but its a lot faster then the CNC. At least my CNC machine :) Thanks for lookingCusto...
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I am a carver and woodworker from the Chicago area. My company is Lazy River Studio. I blend rustic furniture and wood carving into a unique end product. I specialize in personalized wooden signs, bar signs, cabin signs, etc. www.lazyriverstudio.com
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This wood sign is coming along. Made the blank from pine. Approx 30” high x 3” thick. Will build up to 4.5 thickness later on. Took the wood sign blank and CNC’ed the main profile. The shape comes out perfect each time. I...
Make a wood business sign for a company in Southern WI. Its a wildlife hospital that cares small and large animals… mostly abandoned babies or animals hit by cars. Starting out with my traditional fabrication of my sign blank. Planeing,...
This custom wood sign is now finished. Tried a couple new finishing techniques including airbrushing stain highlights. Im happy with it. This wood sign will reside at a customers vacation home in the mountains of UT. Lucky sign :) They asked ...
This wooden sign is about a third of the way through. About 8 hours invested. Luckily, my CNC power supply died just after finishing this. Might have to upgrade to a better CNC if business continues to grow.. that’s a cost I am NOT lookin...