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post #1 of 16 Old 10-16-2010, 12:49 AM Thread Starter
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Another WineO

Made form walnut and cherry with captive rings, this is first of my Wedding WineO's.

Glad wine season is almost over, maybe soon i will get a chance to turn something else. I'm getting kinda burnt out, but turn them while their selling i guess. i still have 2 weddings to do then I'm done for a while. not the best pics but i thought i would share them anyway.
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That has "class" written all over it. Very nice work. Did the others come with the wine stopper on top? If so I missed that part.

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very cool indeed. what do you use to attach the glass to the wood?

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Wow, that's awesome. I'm almost embarrassed about some of the turnings that I have posted now that I have seen this.
Awesome work!!

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outstanding work. I make stoppers. However, I never thought of going this far with it. What a nice set this is.
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Thanks for your comments,

Phinds i used a silicone base adhesive from a local craft store. needs to be flexible for wood movement. also a lot of people make a mistake by not sanding the glass stem or nib so adhesive bonds better between the two.

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that is outstanding work!! like how each wood complements each other. what are you selling them for? if you don't mind me asking!
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Never seen these before. Very nice.

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Okay, nobody else has asked so I guess it's up to me... how'd you do the captive rings? I don't see any obvious seems in the stems, unless they're at the "bulb" portion there near the top, so give the dirt for us looking for inspiration. Pretty please.
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Okay, nobody else has asked so I guess it's up to me... how'd you do the captive rings? I don't see any obvious seems in the stems, unless they're at the "bulb" portion there near the top, so give the dirt for us looking for inspiration. Pretty please.

FrankP, Captive rings are made with a lot of practice and a captive ring tool or skew. one of Richard Raffin dvds shows him doing it with a skew, i did a few but the captive tool is easier..lol

also I forgot dental picks for captive rings on Christmas Ornaments.

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Brown down, I apologize I over look your question on price..they start at $80.00 and up.

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Really nice work Jeff. Thanks for the pics.
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Very nice Jeff,
I 'll have to keep this in mind. I have a lot of younger relatives so I know some weddings will be coming up in the near future.
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Brown down, I apologize I over look your question on price..they start at $80.00 and up.
not a problem i was curious to for some future weddings. I may give a go at one for a gift for my parents. where do you get the wine glass guts. that is a very unique product. have you hit any local vineyards to see if you can sell them there. my father took some bottle stoppers to one of them and cleaned house
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Brown down, my wife and i was going to do just that, make up a few and share a bottle of wine with the WineO on our table just to see what happen but i just didn't have a chance yet. since i was ask to write up a how to on the WineO to be published, the word of mouth have been keeping me busy making them. glad to hear your father did so well.

link below is a preview, hope every one checks it out..
http://www.woodturningdesign.com/issues/next.shtml

Thanks for your comments and hope to see your WineO's
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Thats a nice project. I could make the wood parts, then get my father to make the glass parts in his glassblowing workshop. Then I can have any size or colour I like!
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