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Project of the Month (Give or Take) for June, 2019

Nominations are open for Project of the “Week” (PotW) and Community Gardener (CG) awards. You can nominate simply by replying to this thread. Self-nominations are allowed. I am playing the timeframe of this competition by ear, based on the flow of projects and nominations.

The winning users will receive a “Project of the Week” or “Community Gardener” badge, and tungsten carbide goodness from our friends @MakerMadeCNC.

The approximate schedule is: nominations open right after the previous poll posts, nominations close, voting Sunday through Wednesday, polls close automatically on Wednesday. After nominations from the community have been made, I’ll post a poll for the community to pick a winner. If we don’t get enough nominations, I will randomly select projects from previous weeks’ nominations, other sources, and of course the Community Garden website to appear in a poll. Projects that don’t win in a poll can be renominated on subsequent weeks. Any project can only win once, but any person can win multiple times.

What makes a PotW? It can be a project (old or new) made on a Maslow CNC that shows off the Maslow’s capabilities, or demonstrates a new way of using the Maslow, or just plain looks cool.

What makes a Community Gardener? It can be anyone who creates or contributes to a project on the Community Garden website (http://maslowcommunitygarden.org/). By posting to the CG, you make the project available to the community and you create the opportunity for other users to improve on your design. Vote however you like, but I hope to encourage collaborative projects.

Final note: like most things here on the forums, the community is what makes PotW/CG successful. Suggestions for improving the PotW/CG and volunteers to help run the thread are always welcome.

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Good job! What program did you use to work up those drawings?

Kevin

if you are talking about these drawings, then these are stencils, I painted it from montana paint can

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@UNUS_TRESQUATRO I meant to ask you, are the things that look like lamps stencilled on too? In the pictures they appear like 3D, like they are stickers.

This part:
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I think this are dandelion seeds:
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However, now i joined in on hijacking a post, dragging it off-topic.
It would be better to post comments and questions directly under the project, rather then in a post the project is linked. It will help users with the same question to find the answer, plus it would show respect to the title of this post and the highly appreciated voluntary work of John, collecting suggestions and creating a poll.
Good thing is that all Forum members are highly forgiving here :wink:

Kind regards, Gero

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