I have now glued and cut 6 layers on this piece. After cutting the angles there a 4 wedge shaped pieces from each layer. These cut offs will be another project for the future. 10 more layers remaining.
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Woodworking for ~30yrs as a hobby. Want to elevate my skills in order to build 18th century reproductions.
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Adding layers and cutting the angles is somewhat of a slow process.This is the most recent photo of my progress. The piece is now too largeto cut the angles on the table saw, so now I am making the cuts on the bandsaw.This turned out to be much s...
I wanted to make a hollowing jig similar to some that are commercially available. I made mine mostly from aluminum. A couple parts are steel. I had some of the parts such as the 3/4” vertical shaft, the bottom base that holds the vertical...
I am trying to make a similar segmented turning as the one originally done by Bruce Meldrum (from a YouTube video).I am using maple and walnut.There will be 16 layers glued to the center core. The concept is fairly easy but cutting the angl...