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Discussion in 'Cutouts, Wire Frames & Motifs' started by bjpc2716, May 17, 2015.

  1. bjpc2716

    bjpc2716 need more lights to light up the world

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    here is what I promise how to do make cutouts
     

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    Bird Proud LOR user

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    Very nice
    Thanks for sharing
     
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    livetoride Full Time Elf

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    What thickness and type of ply does everyone use for cut outs?
     
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    andrewa Full Time Elf

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    As a rule of thumb I use 12mm
     
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    AAH I love blinky lights :) Community Project Designer

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    gerry Senior Elf

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    Thanks Brian !
     
  7. thecrazylightlady

    thecrazylightlady Yes I admit it.....I have the C.L.A.P

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    is it expensive to get printed on the corflute?
     
  8. AAH

    AAH I love blinky lights :) Community Project Designer

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    As I said in my post that I linked to from a few years ago I think it cost me about $35'ish for the printing and for the corflute. It's is so much easier than painting onto timber especially for the artistically impaired like me.
     

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