|Project by cajunpen||posted 09-05-2013 01:35 AM||2006 views||2 times favorited||15 comments|
Took a page from a friend’s (William Young) book and tried to duplicate his bowl, 4 rings that look like 8. I glued up an 18” long x 3/4” thick board, laminated some Tiger Maple, Walnut and I don’t know what the other piece was. After lamination dried I planed it down on my planer to just over 1/2”. I then cut it in half and glued them up 90 deg. from each other, creating a board just over 7/8” (which I think is the max thickness for the RM) creating a little over 9” square. After it all dried, I ran it through my Drum Sander until it was just under 7/8” and dead flat. Cut the rings (4 and base), glued it up, mounted it on my lathe and sanded to 600 grit. Applied 3 coats of Deft Spray Lacquer. Here is the finished product – not perfect, but I’m happy with it. Thanks Bill Young for the inspiration. Finished bowl is 9” x about 6”.
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