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Undefined Nano axe

Discussion in 'Homemade Slingshots' started by Smitty, Feb 16, 2021.

By Smitty on Feb 16, 2021 at 8:50 PM
  1. Smitty

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    I made this little fella with an white oak core with mahogany scales with bamboo pins . The white oak is solid stuff tough as nails . Really like the scales I have a few planks with some cool spalting . Thanks for looking guys
     

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Discussion in 'Homemade Slingshots' started by Smitty, Feb 16, 2021.

    1. Smitty

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      Thanks bud :)
       
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      It does have cool look to it I have never really noticed anyone do it . But since I made this one I have seen 3 haha . Guess I never looking for it
       
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      I made on in Fusion 360. Does that count? I'm on a business trip (again) and only get to build virtually. Maybe next week I can cut some wood.

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      Sweet :) your a handy fella Monroe! I got into the forums because of the templates sections and found a hobby I really like . I have copied down all your templates you uploaded thanks
       
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      Thanks Jason, It has been a combination of different hobbies that has grown my talents. Just before I fell into the Slingshot hole, I was doing a lot of 3D printing to support my RC Model Airplane hobby. That led to Fusion 360 CAD designs for airplane stuff and then came the Slingshots and found it easy to trace the slingshot templates. I have created many Fusion 360 files for which some have been 3D printed, some just to look at. Just a side stream of this fun hobby. I've done a little DXF work for some of out CNC Sling brothers too.
       
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      Funny how it all goes the way your hobbies all came together your way over my head . I am still glueing paper to cardboard tracing out shapes . But I have grown because of hobby to wood work I am a nut and bolt fire guy for 20 years . First time brother seen me playing with wood he busted a gut asked if I hit my head . But I love it
       
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      Love the wood, nice job.

      Sent from my SM-T380 using Tapatalk
       
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      Thanks I have a few more planks with even nicer looking marks this one was my test drive . Was also thinking get a plank planed down than pop it in the oven for a hour . See what that looks like
       

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