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Build Logs for the Carving Group Project

 

This forum area should not have any topics in it other than the properly named "carving logs".  Should you want to ask a question or post something,  make sure it is posted in either a build log or one of the tutorial topics.   If for whatever reason you guys feel there is a need for a new tutorial topic because your discussion doesnt relate to the ones already there....just let me know and I will start another one for you.  You know the drill....this basically works like all of the other group project areas.

 

 

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  1. Phil’s carving log

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  2. WDButler carvings 1 2

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  3. Dave Pete's carving log

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  4. MikeB4-Carving log

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