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Project by rkoorman posted 684 days ago 2313 views 16 times favorited 19 comments Add to Favorites Watch


I had a whole lot of scraps laying around the shop . I decided to glue-up these pieces and make a big chuck of laminated pieces of wood. Then I used the angle grinder with a SaburrTooth-disc on it the carve out the bowl.

dimensions: 400×400x85mm
finish : 2 layers of oil followed by 2 layers of danish-oil

Thanks for looking


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#1 posted 684 days ago

I thought it was an off center turning! Very good use of leftovers, and a nifty project

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#2 posted 684 days ago

Very cool. It could be a dual purpose peice, the bottom could be an end grain cutting board.

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#3 posted 684 days ago

I like it, I like it – when you are through with it send it my way. LOL

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#4 posted 684 days ago

Now that is nice. The eccentric bump makes it special.

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#5 posted 684 days ago

Such artistry…!!

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#6 posted 684 days ago

hi very colorful i like it when i first saw it i thought it was turned great work

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#7 posted 684 days ago

Wow, different. I like this one…...............

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#8 posted 684 days ago

Very cool and abstract!

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#9 posted 684 days ago

That’s a cool looking project. Well done.

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#10 posted 684 days ago


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#11 posted 684 days ago

That is unusual and cool! If I had to do something like that, I would have made an angled piece to attach it to the lathe, and just turned it. But that’s a less imaginative solution, I think.

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#12 posted 684 days ago

Awsome 3D effect

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#13 posted 684 days ago

Great work!

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#14 posted 684 days ago

Thanks for the comments!!! The bowl is still in the shop but will be sold asap!!


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#15 posted 684 days ago

When I first looked at this I thought you had done it on a lathe and turned it off center. You’re a wood artist Rick. Nice work!

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