Amazing Woodturning Crazy

Amazing Woodturning Crazy

I love woodworking. Took 4 years of it in high school. Still do some today. And no I’ve never lost any fingers yet.I live in Sweden, and everything concerning safety at work is priotised, so watching this guy working on an extremely dangerous saw without any safety guides at all gets my heart rate up. […]

I love woodworking. Took 4 years of it in high school. Still do some today.

And no I’ve never lost any fingers yet.I live in Sweden, and everything concerning safety at work is priotised, so watching this guy working on an extremely dangerous saw without any safety guides at all gets my heart rate up.

I had no idea the pattern on the vase would look like that while it was still turning.
That’s really wild.I was very curious to know how it would turn out, I imagined it would be beautiful but was really surprised by the great design the lines formed thanks to the curvature!
I could imagine this very well as the body/foot of a fancy lamp.I don’t know if you used any tack cloth to wipe down the piece before you sprayed it.
It looks great, but it looks like you can see some grit was still left on the piece when you sprayed it.
Tack cloth will remove even the smallest pieces of dust and grit. Sometimes, just wiping it down with a regular cloth won’t work. But anyways great piece.

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