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  • Laminated Honey Locust Bowls

    Trying once again to post photos here. Started making these three bowls yesterday afternoon and finished them this afternoon. Two 9.5" and one 11"
    Sorry , just couldn't make them post ..

    Tried too many times and had to give up . Sorry about that .

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    Re: Laminated Honey Locust Bowls

    Neat, I like the idea, how did you do all that glue up and turn them in such a short time?

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      Re: Laminated Honey Locust Bowls

      Interesting bowls. Have not seen any quite like that.
      Nice.
      What other wood besides the locust?

      Noel
      "Being so impressed with the beauty of nature, I never cease to be amazed at how the
      'touch of the human hand' can transform it into another kind of beauty that is so uniquely human.
      "
      John Snow, Outdoorsman and Retired Teacher

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        Re: Laminated Honey Locust Bowls

        Originally posted by bkrits View Post
        Neat, I like the idea, how did you do all that glue up and turn them in such a short time?
        Those type of bowls are made from just flat boards that are cut into glued up rings cut on a ringmaster They are actually a few of my fairly basic bowls . .Reason they are made in that time frame is because one afternoon I cut the boards into rings on my ringmaster lathe and glued and clamped them overnight for the glue to cure .. Next day I put them on my regular lathe and sanded them down and finished them . The colourful panels are nothing but left over thin panels glued onto the main board .The panels were left over pieces from previously making dizzy/vortex bowls as shown below .
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