Cherry Burl Bowl

 
Kelan Kennedy avatar
Kelan KennedyPublished on 12/25/2017

Burl grain is mesmerizing

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How to do this project

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Lathe, tools, burl

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Shaped and sanded to 220

Shaped and sanded to 220

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Cracks filled with urethane, then tried CA glue (future turning will be using CA for some cracks and then generous amounts of epoxy)
Cracks filled with urethane, then tried CA glue (future turning will be using CA for some cracks and then generous amounts of epoxy)

Cracks filled with urethane, then tried CA glue (future turning will be using CA for some cracks and then generous amounts of epoxy)

4

Mounted to lathe and sanded from 120 up to 600, applied 2 coats of tung oil, polished at 2000 grit, coated with bees wax
Mounted to lathe and sanded from 120 up to 600, applied 2 coats of tung oil, polished at 2000 grit, coated with bees wax
Mounted to lathe and sanded from 120 up to 600, applied 2 coats of tung oil, polished at 2000 grit, coated with bees wax

Mounted to lathe and sanded from 120 up to 600, applied 2 coats of tung oil, polished at 2000 grit, coated with bees wax

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Rafael Sanches avatar
Rafael Sanches12/26/2017 ☰
nice!! indeed mesmerizing!
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