Honeycomb Necklace and Earrings set

I posted my a few o my projects already on the forum (First projects on RAY).

So I decided to share the svg’s for the Honeycomb necklace/earrings set.

I still need to work on kerf. if you zoom in closely you could see the round edge on the other side of the acrylic insert. Also, the insert could pretty much be a bit bigger for better fit but that’s for version No. 2

HC_Necklace_frameHC_Necklace_fillHC_Earrings_frame

The FILL file is used for both, necklace and earrings.
PS.
@raymondking32 Come on, make your wife a set!

Cheers!

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Oh, I liked those! Thanks for sharing the files! :grinning:

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You, sir, are the best! Valentine’s day is coming up, and I believe this will add nicely to that :+1:t4::grinning:

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Very kind of you to share—thank you!

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Thanks for Bee-ing so generous!

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YW!.. don’t forget to share your outcome.

Thank you @cynd11 @bkressley. The least I could do after all the great resources shared here in their forums.

Cheers!

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Thank you… Beautiful set.

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Thanks for the design. Did you use hardwood or plywood? Where did you source your insert/inset material?

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PG maple hardwood and two kinds of acrylic from inventables:

Transparent Dark Bronze Acrylic Sheet

Silver Mirrored Acrylic Sheet

I wonder if bamboo would be a better material (not as fragile).

I noticed yesterday when I made my Escutcheon out of PF Clear Acrylic that the KERF was not as noticeable as in the inventables stuff. Maybe something to consider.

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Awesome!

And I think you may have done yourself a favor not going for a very tight fit… the stress will break hardwoods very easily along grain lines at that size. Guess how I learned that one?

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Thanks so much for sharing this cool, cool design!

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Playing around with one for a gift

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No problem, the necklace is made out of two pieces of wood.
One with the hex design and cutouts and another solid piece of wood with the two chain holes. Then glue them together and add the acrylic inserts from the other file.

I hope that clears it out.

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Looks like you got the hang of it… looks great!

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