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post #1 of 7 Old 04-14-2011, 07:39 PM Thread Starter
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a few more if i convert them right they r all works in progress the freezer is full of projects on deck to finish up and the others are almost done but wanted to practice shots with the camera i used to never take pics of my work just gave them away should of kept an archive
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Freezer? I've never heard of using one that way.

Oh yeah, lot of nice ones in there. On the one in the third photo, is that pith on the side? I'm a little confused on how the blank was oriented.

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the freezer helps me put the pieces on hold till i can get back to them i get limited time in the shop my wife and two girl dont like when im down there they say i spend too much time away in my cave so i can never realy finish what im doing and when iget back down i have a new itch to scratch so they pile up in there untill i set aside a day to knock out some freezer work and it realy works i havent had any crack or split unless they are super soaked but thats maybe 1 out of 15 or so,so not that bad and with the third one it maybe an end grain turning i dont remember i cut out the pith when possible but i cant tell looking at it i guess i should start cataloging my work but right now its all for fun so if i sell any i might start doing that

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My neighbor uses a freezer but not in the same way. He put a heat lamp in it with a small fan and cut a hole in the top. Homemade kiln, dries bowls in a few days. I do the same just not in a freezer. I like the bowls expecially the bottom left that is cool.

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Hmmmm,thats a new one for me also,use to use a freeze with a light bulb in it to keep our welding rods dry,might be looking for and old freezer one day. nice looking pieces you have there.

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well ive been waiting for this fridge to poop out so i can make a kiln out of it. it would be nice to be able to dry wood a stable way than the way i do it now. but as of right now there are two things in the fridge part that makes me keep it around beer and what my wife calls beer shes a bud light drinker and not to offend anyone on the beer subject i just like the micro and the belgin whitt or wheat beers i like to polk fun at her is why i say that

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Nice looking stuff. Great work

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