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post #1 of 6 Old 05-07-2008, 12:14 AM Thread Starter
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Maple hollow form 6 3/4 X just under 3" tall. Three coats of AO will buff when cured..Bill..
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Very nice. I like the shape and the finish looks mighty fine.
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That is nice. How thin a wall do you normally leave on a form like that? And is the inside finished or just roughed out?

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Fine looking bowl turnertoo.

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The walls are about 1/4". Wish I could say the thickness was perfect all the way but it narrows down to 1/8" at the bottom. Gotta get a laser going for the hollowing rig!. Inside is sanded as far as I could reach. Way up in the corner of the shoulder it has a few rough spots. Didn't want to take a chance of messing it up...Bill..
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Strange I have 2 similar to yours in the process of drying. Very nice shape and finish.

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