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Project by Sam Shakouri posted 08-01-2011 05:37 AM 1627 views 5 times favorited 18 comments Add to Favorites Watch

My first double layered bowl was very plain but gave me self confidence to turn second one with reversed dots and the second bowl gave me the idea of reversed rim. Here I am showing you the third one with reversed dots and rim. I used the same gages I cut for #2, so they both came out exactly the same shape. Photo #4 is the fourth and last load of shaving was produced from turning this 190mm dia. bowl.
Regardless to reversed dots and rim, double layered bowl was completely my idea and design. I’m not sure if any other woodturner around the world has done similar one before.
I have enjoyed it, hope you do as well.

HOW TO BUILD AND TURN DOUBLE LAYERED BOWL has been added to my blogs

HOW TO USE GAGE # 4 FOR DOUBLE LAYERED BOWL has been added to my blogs

-- Sam Shakouri / CREATING WONDERS WITH WOOD.....Sydney,Australia....

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#1 posted 08-01-2011 05:41 AM

Intriguing. So, uh, how did you do it? I’d like to try one myself.

-- gene@toronto.ontario.canada : dovetail free since '53, critiques always welcome.

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#2 posted 08-01-2011 05:51 AM

I also like it very much and would like to try one myself also. How did you do it?

-- Please help me help other Vets click..> is always the right time, to do the right thing.

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#3 posted 08-01-2011 06:29 AM

What a great bowl Sam, this is certainly something only you have done. I don’t want to know how, have enough trouble with ordinary turning.

-- Bob C, Australia. I love sharing as long as it is not my tools

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#4 posted 08-01-2011 07:02 AM

I see it… I have a hard time believing it…

Yet, I SEE it (I think)...

I’ve never seen anything like it done before… but, who am I?!

I’d like to see a little of HOW something like that is done…

Accuracy, in my mind, is at the highest level of importance and execution…
I cannot see such accuracy from any of my techniques.

Sam, thank you for showing us your work.
... are you going to show us how you do it?

-- Have Fun! Joe Lyddon - Alta Loma, CA USA - Home: ... My Small Gallery:"

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#5 posted 08-01-2011 09:12 AM

I have seen Sam’s work in the flesh and I still can’t work it out…
Sam… you are the epitomy of 3D in the round…

-- Drink twice... and don't bother to cut... @ For lovers of all things timber...

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#6 posted 08-01-2011 11:42 AM

Awesome Sam!! You are on the leading edge of what is possible ;-) Maybe even into a few that are not!!

-- Bob in WW ~ "some old things are lovely, warm still with life ... of the forgotten men who made them." - D.H. Lawrence

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#7 posted 08-01-2011 12:13 PM

Painstaking work that is simply remarkable and extremely well done.

-- Dr. Ken, Florida - Durch harte arbeit werden Träume wahr.

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#8 posted 08-01-2011 12:35 PM

Really sharp !!! I like it.

-- Mike, Missouri --- “A positive life can not happen with a negative mind.” ---

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#9 posted 08-01-2011 03:47 PM

I think you hit this one out of the park!! Beautiful and Amazing!!

Thanks for sharing

-- Chuck Emery, Michigan,

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#10 posted 08-01-2011 03:49 PM

quite intriguing. A master at work… beautiful design and execution.

-- Al H. - small shop, small projects...

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#11 posted 08-01-2011 04:01 PM

Sam, some how I can not see you as lacking in confidence, wondering how long it will take you to do
something maybe, but after looking at your turnings on your site, you do not lack confidence or artistic
skill. Looking at those beautiful shavings that can only be produced by extremely sharp tools, I can see
that I am going to have to spend some more time learning a better sharpening process. I can figure
out how you made the bowl, but I do not yet have the skill to copy your procedure. Thank you for
sharing your work and giving us something to talk to ourselves about as we play with our lathes.

-- As ever, Gus-the 77 yr young apprentice carpenter

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#12 posted 08-01-2011 06:06 PM

WOW Sam! I have a lathe and create turnings. You, Sir, own the lathe and create beautiful ART. Well done.

-- Darell, Norman, Ok.

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#13 posted 08-01-2011 11:40 PM

You mean you turned two bowls and fit one into the other? I didn’t know it can be done! Well, duh, you did it! That is one heck of an accomplishment!

-- LittlePAW - The sweetest sound in my shop, next to Mozart, is what a hand plane makes slicing a ribbon.

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#14 posted 08-02-2011 12:44 AM

Thank you all for your comments and interest in copying this project. In few weeks time I will write a blog about making it. I’m preparing some photos and drawings for that purpose.

-- Sam Shakouri / CREATING WONDERS WITH WOOD.....Sydney,Australia....

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#15 posted 08-02-2011 01:48 AM

Amazing mate.

-- Grumpy - "Always look on the bright side of life"- Monty Python

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