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Greenfield Bob

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Here are 4 3D or compound projects I made a few years ago. Do any of you do this kind of work? These pictures are not the best.

Bob

 

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Hey Chris thanks, that sure made them look better. I need to learn how to do that.
Some of them are made from pine and some are walnut.

Bob
 

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Hi Bob

I've never tried it myself but one day... :)

Yours look really good. Looking at them, I couldn't help but wonder if turners might find compound cuts like that a useful technique for removing excess wood and thus preserving their turning tools.

Gill (who's counted the number of piercing cuts on a certain Lion portrait pattern. 238! Only another 210 to go.)
 

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trevtheturner":mr1zru10 said:
You trying to rush me into getting my scroll saw, Gill? :roll: :lol: :lol:

Cheers,

Trev.
Awww shucks, Trev! You saw through my not-so-subtle plot :) .

Actually, I'm more concerned with making sure His Lordship doesn't get ideas and pinch my saw :-$ . His turning skills seem to be improving, but any technique that'll reduce the amount of time he has to spend sharpening his gouges will appeal to him. I think I'd better steer clear of scrolled compound cuts for the foreseeable :whistle: .

Gill
 
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