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Project by cmw posted 09-16-2011 08:04 PM 2234 views 7 times favorited 16 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Lazy Susan made of Bubinga,Yelloheart and White Oak with birch plywood underlay. Measuers 12 inches flat to flat and about two inches tall. Many thanks to woodmosaics on the how to.





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jeepturner

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#1 posted 09-16-2011 08:11 PM

Oh my, this is exceptional. I like a the use of the hexagon one hexagon, it gives the sides a visual interest that makes me keep on looking.

-- Mel,

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amagineer

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#2 posted 09-16-2011 08:34 PM

Very nicely done! I like the way you incorporated the pattern in the sides to match the top. It looks like you designed it pretty sturdy. It should last a long time.

-- Flaws are only in the eye of the artisan!

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Jim Jakosh

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#3 posted 09-16-2011 08:38 PM

That is just a fantastic piece!

-- Jim Jakosh.....Practical Wood Products...........Learn something new every day!! Variety is the Spice of Life!!

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cannondale

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#4 posted 09-16-2011 08:44 PM

That looks great, really nice !!!

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#5 posted 09-16-2011 08:52 PM

Some serious 3d effects on this one !! Great job : )

-- I'm absolutely positive that I couldn't be more uncertain!

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Michael Wilson

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#6 posted 09-16-2011 09:48 PM

I never get sick of the qbert motif. This is a particularly special example.

Bravo o/

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SASmith

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#7 posted 09-16-2011 11:26 PM

Nice work. I like how the edges cover the bearing leaving little gap between the bottom and the table top.
What glue did you use for the diamonds? Hot glue like woodmosiacs?

-- Scott Smith, Southern Illinois

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bibb

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#8 posted 09-17-2011 01:33 AM

I’m lovin it. You have far more patience than I will ever have.
Nicely done

-- you may only live once, but if you do it right that's all you need katanadesign.com

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JL7

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#9 posted 09-17-2011 01:36 AM

Really exceptional work! Love the edge detail. Thanks for posting….......

Jeff

-- Jeff - I have not failed. I've just found 10,002 ways that won't work.

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Paul Stoops

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#10 posted 09-17-2011 03:47 PM

Nice job! Your choice of wood grains and colors really enhances the 3D effect!

-- Paul, Auburn, WA

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Ken90712

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#11 posted 09-17-2011 04:54 PM

Great work, And nice idea on the lazy susan! I loved making this tumble block board. getting ready to start another one soon. well done!

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

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mmh

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#12 posted 09-17-2011 05:39 PM

Very nicely executed! All of those sharp angles are tricky to match.

Be careful not to stare at this while spinning!

-- "They who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night." ~ Edgar Allan Poe

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Betsy

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#13 posted 09-17-2011 05:53 PM

Very, very nice. I too like the way you did the edges. This is going to be a keeper for someone.

-- Like a bad penny, I keep coming back!

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gfadvm

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#14 posted 09-18-2011 03:31 AM

That is a beautiful piece of work. I have 2 questions: how many hours do you have invested in this? What does something like this sell for? Thanks for posting this way cool project!

-- " I'll try to be nicer, if you'll try to be smarter" gfadvm

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cmw

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#15 posted 09-19-2011 11:15 AM

Thanks for all the great comments.I used the hot glue for wood to glue the almot 300 hundred pieces on it works good on bare wood and sets fast.Be patient and uncross your eyes often! It probably took 15+ hours start to finish on first one.I think it would go quicker the more you make the more you get the hang of it .How much would this sell for ? never what you think it should considering time involved but woodmosaics sells these for around $200.

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