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I was given some scraps of wood my friend brought back from Finland. They were wedge shapes so it took some thinking to come up with something to make for him. I decided to turn multi axis pendants that I will put on a necklace. The top right one will remain a pendant with a clasp glued on the right. The bottom right was carved entirely.
I turned the multi axis pieces by using a rectangular waste block and removing 2 jaws from my chuck so I could move the block up and down.
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post #2 of 8 Old 09-01-2008, 08:08 PM
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Very nice work there,beautifull.
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Great job there.

What types of wood are those?
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RJ Wish I knew. It was a gift from a friend who came back from Finland. Your guess is as good and maybe better than mine.
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very,very nice. Wow!

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RJ Wish I knew. It was a gift from a friend who came back from Finland. Your guess is as good and maybe better than mine.

John, the dark brown one looks like Thuya burr and the lighter coulered one is Masur birch.

I dont know what kind of tree the others come from but they all look fantastic
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Great Job John!!
You always seem to come up with unique ideas. Very nice.
Keep it up,
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Terrific!
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