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Mar 19, 2009, 10:04:40 PM
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Natural edge bowl in Robinia by BNEP Natural edge bowl in Robinia by BNEP
Type of Wood: Robinia
Process: turned wet, stained with ammonia smoke, oiled
Diameter: 170 Millimeters
Height: 90 Millimeters
Wall thickness: 5 Millimeters
Surface: Wood oil
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:icongrendelrex:
beautiful, love the shape and the color is great
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:icon22spoons:
22spoons Mar 20, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
I'd love to see how you turning this?
(V. Impressive)!
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Druology Oct 20, 2010
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Have a great day!

:meow:
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:iconbnep:
thank you so much!
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:iconwsi:
very nice design and wonderful wood.
what kind of oil did You use? finish looks great!
RESPECT!
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:iconbnep:
Hello, thank you WSi! I used Danish Oil but my finishing method is not just to apply oil. First the grain is sealed, then 3 layers or more of oil applied with a little sanding after each layer. Then it is polished in three steps, finally with carnauba wax.
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IcyDrake Aug 3, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
it's pretty impressive you didn't split the whole thing in two once you got down to the bottom, it looks awfully fragile. And while I don't know much about Robina, I know a little about wood grain, and that must've flexed a lot while turning, regardless of what method used.
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:iconbnep:
Thanx for your comment! Yes, the piece flexed while turning, but with a very sharp gouge and nearly no bevel rubbing there is a way to get it right ;)
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:iconicydrake:
IcyDrake Aug 5, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
Apparently. It's very good.
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