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Project by aviad mishaeli posted 910 days ago 2152 views 2 times favorited 18 comments Add to Favorites Watch

i build my lathe Especially for this kind of projects . this table is 90 centineter in diameter and 40 sentimeter height. its texture appears from the plywood layers that connected piece by piece in angle.





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michelletwo

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#1 posted 910 days ago

wow! very intriguing!

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SawTooth1953

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#2 posted 910 days ago

I love it. Thank you for posting it.

-- Spence in Skokie, IL

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#3 posted 910 days ago

Interesting ,not sure where the lathe comes into the process.

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aviad mishaeli

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#4 posted 910 days ago

Actually it made out of 700 small pieces

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#5 posted 910 days ago

That is very cool!

-- Charlie M. "Woodworking - patience = firewood"

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#6 posted 910 days ago

A clever idea!
I like it.

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#7 posted 910 days ago

I don’t understand where the circles come from…. hard to reverse engineer from the pics. It looks very cool though.

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Tokolosi

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#8 posted 910 days ago

Really unique. Would love to see a set of build pics.

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SawTooth1953

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#9 posted 910 days ago

I think a summary of the method is: a bottomless, straight-sided, segmented bowl fitted with, and glued to, a solid core… all done on a very large scale.

Aviad, I admire the artistic vision you have… and your skilled craftsmanship that makes it work so very well in a variety of types of projects… from dreidels to tables.

Spencer

-- Spence in Skokie, IL

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SASmith

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#10 posted 910 days ago

Happy to see the projects that come from your new lathe.

-- Scott Smith, Southern Illinois

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Transition

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#11 posted 910 days ago

That is one crazy bit of turning! Pretty amazing…

-- Andrew, Orange County, CA - www.TransitionTurning.com

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#12 posted 910 days ago

Thats wood? WoW

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mahadevwood

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#13 posted 910 days ago

Awesome work…

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Sam Shakouri

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#14 posted 910 days ago

Nice table as a result of hard and clever work. I think the only way to get those small cercles is each piece has to be part of spherical surface. So each vertical column ( the hight of the table) has to be part of a cercle. So it is uncomlpeted 90cm. dia spherical shape. Am I right, Aviad?
Aviad, See my Plywood Bubbles Vase, please. http://lumberjocks.com/projects/26963

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

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stefang

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#15 posted 910 days ago

Interesting segmented turning Aviad. I’m always amazed at what can be done with plywood on the lathe, although I haven’t yet tried it out myself. Thanks for the inspiration.

-- Mike, an American living in Norway.

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