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post #1 of 7 Old 10-13-2012, 01:40 AM Thread Starter
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Bowlarama baby.

I had dialed in my sled so well for cutting staves, I couldn't help but go ape$h!t crazy and cut 350 pieces.

I even stopped to do a few laminations.

Total man hours to cut the actual staves for all 15 bowls (4 haven't been put together yet).....1 hour.

They fit great, gluing will go fast.


Enjoy.



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Time to make bottoms......

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Those look good. Lately I have been fighting all my equipment nice when it works right.
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Looking good, how do you make them so fast? Care to show us please!

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post #4 of 7 Old 10-13-2012, 07:46 AM
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They look great ! Now the fun begins,turning and finishing. That's a great looking sled too.Do you have a pattern for the sled you'd like to share?
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Very cool.....

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Wow, you are a bowl blank creation machine.

Looking forward to seeing the final pictures.

Fingers crossed you are able to find some customers. These should be an easy shape for people to utilize for many purposes.
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Dang man, you made some serous progress in short order. I can't wait to see them turned. They're going to be beautiful.
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