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Old 12-03-2017, 04:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Inside out ornaments made from Cherry and padauk. I am including a brief description of how I do the ornaments. There are probably better tutorials and videos available that do a better job of doing these types of ornaments.

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1.5 by 1.5 by 6 blanks, must be square and identical
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Glue only the ends
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Glue waste plywood on ends to reinforce the blanks, turn, sand and finish inside of the ornaments. Cutoff glued ends so that the four pieces can be separated.

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Reverse the the pieces so that the turned section is inside and reglue the blanks.

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Turn the outside of the blank, cut off end, sand and finish.

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Thank you. I will give this a try.


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Thank you Cody.
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Very nice. Interesting process. Well documented.
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Great ornaments. Thanks for sharing how you do it.
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Thanks for the clear instructions, Cody ... I like the top pic in your 4th post, where you can see through the spinning workpiece to view the wood chips on the tray of your lathe!
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Thanks Cody. Good illustration. Looks like fun.
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