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Project by barlow posted 2204 days ago 1330 views 2 times favorited 12 comments Add to Favorites Watch

quarter sawn sycamore, cherry, black walnut and hard maple. 13” tall by 6.5” dia.

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#1 posted 2204 days ago

Stunning !

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#2 posted 2204 days ago

Beautiful Work!

Can’t imagine how you can create such tight joints.


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#3 posted 2204 days ago

Very nice Barlow. I love the combination of woods. Great job!

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#4 posted 2204 days ago

I really appreciate all of you who can do these segmented projects. They look so cool and interesting. I don’t have the patience.

Great looking vase.

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#5 posted 2204 days ago

Great job Barlow. What glue did you use?.

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#6 posted 2204 days ago

Hi Barlow;

You did a great job here, for sure.

Very nice.


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#7 posted 2204 days ago

Nice looking vases, are they made on a lathe?

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#8 posted 2204 days ago

Beautiful, beautiful. How was the sycamore to turn and sand? I have a bit of it squirreled away, and I recall it really wants to fuzz badly, even with a cabinet scraper.

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#9 posted 2204 days ago

Very nice, and a pair of them too! Sweet!

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#10 posted 2203 days ago

yes they are turned, i use glue that we buy in bulk (55 gallons) at my mill that we use to produce drawersides, cutting boards, panels and so on. Usually fuzzing means the wood is not dry or cutting edges arent sharp enough, i sharpen my own chisels and keep them very sharp, sands very easy.

-- barlow

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#11 posted 2203 days ago

Beautiful work Barlow. I’m impressed!


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#12 posted 2153 days ago

that Sycamore has some awesome grain in it …..nice turning job : )

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