|Project by Ben||posted 264 days ago||525 views||1 time favorited||8 comments|
Well, had only today to work on these so had to come up with a method for the coves in a hurry.
Decided to try making a sort of “oscillating spindle sander” on the lathe to rough out the octagons. I also ground an elliptical nose scraper from an old plane iron to clean up the facets. It worked quite well.
Took me the entire day.
Turning was straight-forward. Cut the octagons on the table saw with the whole billet, then mounted on the lathe and turned the two ends.
Thanks guys for the support.