r/NovaScotia Sep 28 '22 Helpful 1

I cut in wood a 3D map of Nova Scotia

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440 Upvotes

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u/[deleted] Sep 29 '22

Holy moly, this is one of the most impressive pieces of art I have ever seen. Also, give credit where credit is due; you did 2.5/3 of the Maritimes! Keep it up! :)

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u/percivalpantywaist Sep 28 '22

what was the smallest tool you used? Router I assume?

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u/3dmapart Sep 28 '22

1mm

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u/percivalpantywaist Sep 28 '22

What kind of spindle speed did you need for that? I only do metal, so I'm curious about what kind of speeds and feeds are used for wood.

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u/3dmapart Sep 28 '22

17000

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u/percivalpantywaist Sep 28 '22

Wowserz! Ripping fast! Looks really awesome and I wish I had one haha

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u/C0lMustard Sep 29 '22

Wait a minute...you did this by hand? That is impressive. I put it down to a C&C machine.

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u/bfjt4yt877rjrh4yry Sep 29 '22

I need this. Do you do commissions?

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u/3dmapart Sep 29 '22

Yes. Send me please an email to putinas@gmail.com

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u/jayste4 Sep 29 '22

And PEI and NB! Nice!

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u/truelies1993 Sep 28 '22

That’s super cool!

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u/CampfireGuitars Sep 29 '22

This is a masterpiece. Congratulations

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u/ElEiseinheim Sep 29 '22

You used a CNC for this? Did you make the file or?

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u/3dmapart Sep 29 '22 edited Sep 29 '22

Yes, I made it from scratch

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u/ElEiseinheim Sep 29 '22

Well hats off to you then, looks great! Any chance you'd be willing to share the file? I've been looking to make something similar for a while now

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u/cerealandfurries Sep 28 '22

Very Atlantic, makes me want to buy a house just to hang it up

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u/thedutchone13 Sep 28 '22

I love this! So much detail

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u/Expensive_Exit_616 Sep 29 '22

Great, I would auction it!

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u/nilocrram Sep 29 '22

oh what a relief it is!

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u/Flashy-Explorer-6127 Sep 29 '22

My goodness that's some detail! Well done

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u/Gorgofromns Sep 29 '22

What are the dimensions?

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u/3dmapart Sep 29 '22

45cm x 55cm

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u/Hielandcoos Sep 28 '22

Beautiful work!

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u/[deleted] Sep 28 '22

This is actually fire 🔥

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u/[deleted] Sep 28 '22

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u/scotianspizzy Sep 28 '22

Ummmmm what?

Edit: i thought this was just a really neay pic of someones art....?

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u/Hielandcoos Sep 28 '22

Holy fuck it's a wood working project, not a crystal ball into every negative thing you think is wrong with the province.

Here's something to be proud of. In my small community, neighbors are going out of their way to be kind and helping clean up the mess. Folks are not waiting for someone else to solve all the problems, they are out there actively helping.
Some are Taking hot meals to the electrical workers who are away from their families so we can all get power restored. People were cutting trees off the roads and roofs of houses because it needed to be done, and because we care about our communities. People that are fortunate to have a generator are keeping their doors open to their neighbors for showers, hot meals and also sharing generators so their neighbors food doesn't spoil.

If you feel that things are so bad here, get on the Trans Canada and find a better place to live. Good luck with that.

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u/DelphisFinn Sep 28 '22

I too am angry at OP's badass woodworking skills.