|Project by Sam Shakouri||posted 11-06-2011 04:54 AM||1519 views||0 times favorited||14 comments|
Once apon a time, there was a lumber who had some crooked machines and many crooked tools. So, when he wanted to build a home for his family, the house was crooked, the door and windows were crooked and even the roof was crooked.
But, the lumber and his wife lived a straight and happy life in that crooked house, for ever.
NOW SERIOUSLLY, I’m a woodturner not a builder. I turned this little cubical lidded box, deliberately, crooked to represent the famous children story of The Crooked House. And all was done by my lathe.
I turned it around 4 centre lines 30mm. away from the central centre and those centres were slightly shifted to give the corners of the box crookedness appearance. I may call this mathod as ” double centre shifting ”
During turning process, the harsh vibration was in two directions, one was forward and backward and the second was left and right, both were happening in the same time. The handle of the box is the chimney of the house, turned, separately, through, so the box can be used as a vase as well. photo#5
Inside diameter, 140mm. hight, 225mm. including the handle.
-- Sam Shakouri / CREATING WONDERS WITH WOOD.....Sydney,Australia....