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A CNC router CAN make $25,000 per month carving a 3D American bald eagle MY CHANNEL CAN SHOW YOU HOW

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Roger Clyde Webb demonstrates a CNC router carving an American bald eagle with Carveco.
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  1. Where are you getting your designs? This eagle is beautiful. The picture frame our of mahogany is beautiful too, but I don't know where to find the files for them. Thanks.

  2. I'm a hobby wood worker, thinking of getting a CnC machine, that can do 3d carving as well as the standard stuff, I work mostly with Walnut, if that matters, Any advice?

  3. Nice job done Roger. You remind me of an old friend of mine who has since pass away. I watched several of your videos and enjoy them always. A brother N law of mine use to do refinery work, with various aluminum, brass ect… he was very good at it and some times they had things like the eagle to pour in metals, and they would on occasion use a sand blaster to remove the roughness, I use sand blasters for engraving and if you use filtered silicone sand it is like high grit sand paper, lets say 1000 grit plus and it is easy to sand with, might be an option in your future and it gets into all the small areas for ultimate sanding.

  4. I don't know how I got here but I am happy to be here. I've always imagined that when someone reaches a certain age they shouldn't stop producing, instead of this, keeping a certain kind of activity is the way to stay alive. Most people who get retired just eat, drink and sleep. some traveling and visitings and is waiting for the dying day to come. You are an example to follow. I respect you and I would like to be just like you when I get retired. We need many people like you to enrich our lives and teach us that life goes on, even when the system takes us out of the scene. Thank you so much for your life example. And as if that weren't enough, the final song of the video is my favorite from the youtube library "Must be something" 25:24. God bless you ??????????????
    Sorry for my english☹

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