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post #1 of 5 Old 09-05-2019, 09:33 PM Thread Starter
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triforce salad bowl

I was asked by my niece to build a salad bowl for her husband for xmas, He is a fan of a game called The legend Zelda which is connected to this design. Woods are walnut maple and african blackwood. It is 13" in diameter and 5-3/4 high. finish is Claphams salad bowl finish
I cannot believe I finished before Dec 24th
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That is beautiful!

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Very well done!

I'd love to see a video, pics, or even a description of how you went about it.

I'm sure it's a gift that will be very much appreciated!

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Very well done!

I'd love to see a video, pics, or even a description of how you went about it.

I'm sure it's a gift that will be very much appreciated!

thanks all
I will try and explain. Wish I would have taken progress pictures. The 4 triangles are equilateral triangle which are cut at 60deg by 3/4 on each side. That makes the pattern 1-1/2 tall. I ripped the side pieces at 1-1/22 long at 60deg. I also cut a top and bottom piece 1/24. I glued all at once on a gluing tray and clamped from both directions squeezing the triangles into the 21-1/2 pieces. All material started out a bit under 7/8 thick. Hope this helps
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