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Question Of The Week... ( 2018 week 23)

Discussion in 'Contests, Swaps, Giveaways, Member Meetups etc.' started by ripjack13, Jun 3, 2018.

  1. ripjack13

    ripjack13 ɹǝʇɹɐqpooʍ Staff Member Global Moderator Forum Moderator Full Member Thread Starter

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    What wood project have you worked on that was very complex?








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  2. woodtickgreg

    woodtickgreg scroll, flat, spin Staff Member Global Moderator Forum Moderator Founding Member Full Member

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    These where probably my 2 most complex projects. The segmented turning was only my second attempt and it had a lot of pieces cut to precise angles. It is bloodwood and maple.I don't know if the scroll project was actually considered complex but it sure was detailed. It is soft maple and a walnut bottom.
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  3. Lou Currier

    Lou Currier Member Full Member

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    Haven’t been there yet :blush:
     
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    All the ones I’ve had to get up early in the morning to work on
     
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  5. Mike1950

    Mike1950 Founding Member Founding Member Full Member

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    Dome framing in dining room. Lots of pieces. No plan. Design as you go. Ceasers palace is concept. 3-d framing is not easy in wood.
     
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    This one.

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    Tclem Can't buy love. Buy wood instead Full Member

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    A hairstick
     
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