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post #1 of 11 Old 03-19-2011, 09:47 PM Thread Starter
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Simple bowl with Inlace Accent

I pulled this out of my rough out pile the other day to finish turning. It's 9 1/2" across and 2" tall.

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Oh yea, it's sycamore.

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Nice bowl Tim,
That little bit of inlace sure highlights a piece of wood.
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You mean, Oh Yeah! It's Sycamore!

At least you should cause that looks great. I really like the simply elegant form and the inlay looks great and is perfectly located. Very nice work.
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Nice Bowl!

Do you use the inlace kit or use CA..?

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Nice Bowl!

Do you use the inlace kit or use CA..?

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I used the inlace kit.

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Thanks!

Alrighty then...
How thick or deep is the inlay?
Any problems with the kit?
Did you fine tune the product at all? (add or mix color or size of stone/powder?)

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The instructions say it should be 1/8" deep, I'm just a little shy of that. The only problem I have with the inLace is it's strong odor, other than that it's easy to work with.
This is straight out of the kit although I do have some aniline powder dye I mixed with the left overs and it set just fine. When I purchase some more I will probably just get the clear and different dyes it seems it would be cheaper.

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...ever notice how "I'm sorry" and "I apologize" mean the same thing, unless you are at a funeral..?
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Slatron, that is a good looking bowl. I like the inlace and the grain. What finish did you use?

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wipe on poly

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Tim that looks great. Really like the rim with the inlace.

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