Vectricon Chroniker

I’m Michael Tyler and for more than 8 years I have been creating Vectric’s Free monthly projects. I’ve made everything from spring wreaths and mantle clocks, to snow sledges and cheeseboards.

Did you know there are already more than 80 projects free for Vectric customers to take advantage of and we’re working on more every month? Each zipped project includes the files relating to the project as well as a comprehensive PDF guide that covers all the key steps help you complete your project - including tips on materials, tooling and finishes. Since 2018 free projects also come with their own video that tells the story of the project from start to finish.

Vectricon Chroniker

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This month's project offers a stylish way to house a battery operated clock. Created by Michael Tyler for Vectric, the Vectricon Chroniker is a Victorian inspired project with an industrial feel. The finished piece (below) showcases a sculpt nouveau finish, but the final style is left totally up to you.

This project comes complete with project files, design template and detailed instructions. The final piece measures approximately 14¾" x 10½" x 4¼" deep and is compatible with the latest version of Aspire  & VCarve Pro.

which Vectric software do i need to be able to open the free project files?

Versions 3.5+ of the software

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