Sign Making. Woodworking, CNC and Laser Cutting.

Traditional woodworking, metal working, CNC, laser cutting and some creative finishing techniques to make a sign for Reverend Guitars. I made this sign in trade with Reverend Guitars for their Mike Watt signature line bass. It was a great learning experience that used many disciplines and tools.

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David Picciuto
PO Box 2499
Toledo, OH 43606

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