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Project by MIKE MCKEEVER posted 05-31-2014 10:42 PM 1947 views 8 times favorited 15 comments Add to Favorites Watch

A small Table top lazy Susan I’m doing. It is 15” wide. One done, and one I’ll finish today. All pieces are thirty degrees and one and three quarter side length





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#1 posted 05-31-2014 11:19 PM

Wow that’s one beautiful lazy susan.

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#2 posted 06-01-2014 12:01 AM

Gourgeous!

-- Henry Mowry, Santa Clarita, CA, http://www.MowryJournal.com

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#3 posted 06-01-2014 02:28 AM

#Blownaway
That’s gorgeous! I’ve been studying the “3D” effect for cutting boards and this one is awesome. Are those individual blocks glued up?

-- Dennie - Tennessee

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#4 posted 06-01-2014 03:24 AM

Great design Mike, love it!

-- Dave, Southern IL.,

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#5 posted 06-01-2014 04:36 AM

Hotncold, the pieces are 5/16 inch thick they are glued to a piece of 3/4 birch plywood. I have a pencil line horizontal and vertices to align the pieces to
I hot glue them to the plywood,trim the edges then wrap with a border. I will try to post other pics if I can

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#6 posted 06-01-2014 05:06 AM

Nice pattern, it looks spectacular

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#7 posted 06-01-2014 12:06 PM

Great looking Lazy Susan Mike you did a great job and the pattern is excellent.

-- Dave.......If at first you don’t succeed redefine success....

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#8 posted 06-01-2014 12:37 PM

Your skills are very apparent. Precise cuts and lots of patience during the glue up. A grand display of your craftsmanship.

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#9 posted 06-01-2014 12:52 PM

Really a great looking piece! People really like those 3D effects!

-- The most dangerous tool in my shop is the one I am currently using! Harvey

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#10 posted 06-01-2014 06:35 PM

very nice..love the wood combination!!!

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#11 posted 06-01-2014 09:33 PM

Here is the other one—- it still needs some sanding

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#12 posted 06-03-2014 09:40 AM

Great work these ae fun!

-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"

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#13 posted 12-28-2014 08:33 AM

I know this post has been around for awhile, but I just found it and had a question for you. I think you said you hot glue the pieces to the plywood (I would guess the plywood becomes your backer board), but was wondering if you wood glue the pieces together or does the hot glue and the border hold them?

-- Larry in Hawaii,

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MIKE MCKEEVER

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#14 posted 12-28-2014 11:11 PM

Hi Larry, I do not glue the pieces to each other. I find that the hot glue on the bottom suffices. When it’s all glued down and the border is on-even though everything is pretty tight I mix a batch of fine sawdust and glue together and apply all over the board pressing into the butt seams. Then I sand it thoroughly. You can lightly run pencil marks over the whole project so you know the depth of you’re sanding prior to the sawdust glue mixture. Hope this answers you’re question

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#15 posted 12-29-2014 12:38 AM

Thank you Mike for the understanding.

-- Larry in Hawaii,

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