Woodturning

Very cool! I would never have thought that this would turn into the final product! I can already imagine how sketchy it would be to spin something like this! you never cease to amaze.I rotated one of these on its obvious axis to stop the door. I found the plastic sheeting very dangerous as it […]

Very cool! I would never have thought that this would turn into the final product! I can already imagine how sketchy it would be to spin something like this! you never cease to amaze.I rotated one of these on its obvious axis to stop the door. I found the plastic sheeting very dangerous as it gathers in a long continuous strip. I also learned that although it is made of maple blocks, it is a bit empty in the middle.I don’t have the skills to do this but I would love for you to make a flat bottom like you did and then a place where you leave the bottom as the original bowling pin except for the top.

I find woodworking interesting. Both of my grandparents were into carpentry, carpentry, and coffin making, and one of them was a ship’s carpenter, so I thought it might interest me.I’m wondering how gold would be as a molding material. Obviously expensive and one may need to take multiple rest breaks.well i didn’t know what to expect there! but as always ooooof! like Bit pings and gaps etc. Do you know in advance what the composition will be like?

What an idea for a project! I’m afraid what I would do is slice off 60-70 percent of the bottom, turn it into a deep cup and turn the top into a mini needle and pierce the top for a herb pot. Bravo, I salute a really nice project.A bowling pin I had to look twice as I wasn’t sure what I was seeing! I have no idea how you can see the top of the pin to rotate it.

As a result, you like to make a big pile of wood chips. I m just kidding. Your artistic and technical skills are amazing. Thanks for sharing your adventure.

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