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free project of the month

Distingue Mantle Clock

This month’s project takes a somewhat blended inspiration from skilled chip carvers like Wayne Barton. The result is a distinguished v-carved Mantle Clock that you can use yourself, give to someone or even sell! Baroque-period designs, tooled leather work, and It is a simple project to do and can easily be completed over a weekend.

The overall finished dimensions of the Distingue Mantle Clock are about
H x 2.25 ” D x 12 ” L x 5.18 T.

If you go ahead and create this project, then it would be great to see a photo of your finished piece over on the Vectric Forum. Alternatively feel free to email us a picture of your finished piece at online@vectric.com.

download files

The downloadable zip file contains:

  • A printable PDF document detailing the process, step-by-step.
  • The Aspire/VCarve 8.5 files you will need.
  • High-quality images of the finished piece.

(To ‘unzip’ your file once downloaded, you will need to right-click it in Windows Explorer and select Extract All)

Note:
This free Vectric project requires:

upgrade to Aspire 9.0
upgrade to VCarve 9.0

why not try

want to try something different with our free project? why not take a look at the related Design & Make clipart available for use with this project.

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"I was fascinated by the beauty and variety of work coming
off cnc machines. I discovered that a lot of people
build their own cnc’s and I was confident that I could
tackle a project of this magnitude."
"i was fascinated by the beauty and variety of work coming
off CNC machines. i discovered that a lot of people
build their own CNC's and i was confident that i could
tackle a project of this magnitude."
"i was fascinated by the beauty and variety of work coming
off CNC machines. i discovered that a lot of people
build their own CNC's and i was confident that i could
tackle a project of this magnitude."