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Spiral Dream

comments (2) August 30th, 2013 in Reader's Gallery

Sandtazam Sandtazam, member
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I built this for a contest put on by Baileigh Industrial. It's made of Bubinga, stands 16.5" tall & 5" wide. The body has 12 spirals that are 1/16 thick at their thinnest point. The lid has 6 spirals and the finial has 4. About 60 hours beginning to end. The contest isn't over yet so my fingers are still crossed. Please enjoy.


Design or Plan used: My Own Design - Bill Wyko

posted in: Reader's Gallery, box, , wood turning, carving, woodturning, lathe, goblet, spiral finial


Comments (2)

Sandtazam Sandtazam writes: With the idea that your patience will be put to the test. When it gets frustrating, put your tools down & walk away. 8-) Use quality sandpaper like your rich uncle owns a sandpaper factory & you're his favorite nephew. Always apply equal pressure to the opposite side of the spot you're working on. If you break it, be calm, glue it back together and tell yourself "it's part of the process" Most of all, keep your eye on the prize, the satisfaction of actually pulling it off. All in good fun.
Posted: 12:38 am on September 17th

user-2415275 user-2415275 writes: wow, how do i start?
Posted: 3:19 pm on September 8th

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