Glacier Woodturners

Woodturning


Last additions - The making of an Urn
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910 viewsKeep the lid off while drying. The piece will be placed in a plastic bag for several weeks to control the drying. I inspect and air it out daily during this time.Jan 13, 2012
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856 viewsThe vessel is a slightly different shade because I used sanding sealer on it. None on the lid yetJan 13, 2012
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952 viewsCompleted. About 70 Cubic inches. An order for a pet urn. Jan 13, 2012
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804 viewsUsing another female fitting secured in the chuck, remount the lid and clean up the nub and complete shaping. The lid can be sanded now.Jan 13, 2012
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2504 viewsThe lid had been parted off.Jan 13, 2012
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786 viewsa final look at the profile of lid and vessel together.Jan 13, 2012
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798 viewsmore shaping on the lidJan 13, 2012
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890 viewsThe vessel is carefully threaded on to check the fit and profile.Jan 13, 2012
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877 viewsThe lid piece is chucked up using the tenon that I initially made. A recess is cut for the male threads, and it is epoxied in place.Jan 13, 2012
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866 viewsso far so good. The male fitting is threaded in to make sure it will thread deep enough.Jan 13, 2012
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