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    Default Some lettering for a dog belt

    I sawed some Titanium and weld some Ti nails to mount these plates on the belts after they where engraved.
    It is a wedding present, so the date is the date of marriage with the wedding symbol (wedding rings)
    The names are for each dog (tree) they have.

    Of course some border and scrolls would have looked better, but it was a low budget job I had to do for a client.

    arnaud
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    Looks very nice.
    Most people dont know how tricky it is to engrave lettering. And the simpler it looks, the harder it is to do.
    So, good job!

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    yes, beautiful work ! but wait a minute ! i never heard of dogs getting married . am i that old, or just kind of socially uninformed ? stupid, maybe ? help me out here, please !

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    Quote Originally Posted by monk View Post
    yes, beautiful work ! but wait a minute ! i never heard of dogs getting married . am i that old, or just kind of socially uninformed ? stupid, maybe ? help me out here, please !
    Monk, it are the dog owners who got married yesterday. So in a way also the dogs are. :big grin:

    But perhaps a commercial idea to make dog wedding belts. :just kidding:

    arnaud

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    Really nice script! How was the Ti to cut, did you use a lube and which one was it if you used lubrtcation?
    Again, great work. I'm glad you are keeping busy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pappy View Post
    Really nice script! How was the Ti to cut, did you use a lube and which one was it if you used lubrtcation?
    Again, great work. I'm glad you are keeping busy!

    pappy
    The Titanium I use is the pure one, and for me it cuts like soft steel. No special thinks.
    And yes still very buzzy

    arnaud

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    ok, arnaud. thanks for clearing that up. i was beginning to worry i might someday have to escort my pooch down the old aisle !

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