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Just finished a table top with stone inlay for the first time, it came out really good I think.
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Looks fantastic. Routing out that pattern must have been fun
For future reference, you might want to post a finished project like this in the Project showcase section...might get more looks.

That bowl was perfect right up until that last cut...
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Thanks for the compliment. Yeah, I thought that after I posted here, I reposted at the correct spot :)
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BTW, what type of stone is that in the inlay?

That bowl was perfect right up until that last cut...
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Fantastic!
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Two comments. It's beautiful. You're nuts.

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Two comments. It's beautiful. You're nuts.
yeah, kinda started thinking I was nuts when I started routing it out :)
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Looks really nice, how deep did you go when you routed it out? Were the stones already that shape or what did you do there? (got my interest, can't you tell)
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Looks really nice, how deep did you go when you routed it out? Were the stones already that shape or what did you do there? (got my interest, can't you tell)
Depth of cut was about 3/16" and the stone was crushed and powder form. Crushed was poured in first and then the powder later to fill in any voids.
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