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keith bundy

Off Center Malle

This was not a very promising burl. Decided to turn it flat and make a wall hangin. 9" x 11", finished with Watco Danish Oil. The off center elements were turned on two axis's.

Off Center Malle
keith bundy, Jan 28, 2009
    • Gil Jones
      Hi Keith,
      Good looking work on the burl. As thin as it appears to be, how did you secure it for turning, especially for two center points?
    • keith bundy
      Thanks guys.

      Hey Gil. It's actually about an inch thick. The piece is flat on both sides. I used a technique I learned from an Englishman named Nick Agar. I cut a piece of MDF about 6 x 9 and hot glued it to the back of the piece, then used a three inch faceplate at different centers. When done just hit the hot glue with a hair dryer to pop the MDF off. A little sanding and your done. Check out Nick site for some really neat off center stuff. www.turningintoart.com
    • Gil Jones
      Thanks, Keith, Nick does have an interesting site.
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