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Judy and I tried our luck on a ring bowl. Curly cherry
   
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  Re: ring bowl by PVW (Judy and I tried our...)
I love the grain in the cherry!
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  Re: ring bowl by PVW (Judy and I tried our...)
Very Beautiful wood there Mike.  What is a ring bowl??  Is it to hold rings??

How did your sale go a few weeks ago with those wonderful bowls you shown us?
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  Re: RE: ring bowl by Arlin Eastman (Very Beautiful wood ...)
(03-12-2019, 09:41 PM)Arlin Eastman Wrote: Very Beautiful wood there Mike.  What is a ring bowl??  Is it to hold rings??

How did your sale go a few weeks ago with those wonderful bowls you shown us?

Judy cut the 3 rings out of a 1 in thick board with her scroll saw then we glued them together.Kinda like a ringmaster works
Sales were slow last weekend in VA but sold puzzles and baskets
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  Re: ring bowl by PVW (Judy and I tried our...)
OK thanks.  What is the degree she set the top to cut the wood?
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  Re: RE: ring bowl by Arlin Eastman (OK thanks.  What is ...)
(03-13-2019, 05:40 PM)Arlin Eastman Wrote: OK thanks.  What is the degree she set the top to cut the wood?

its the width of the ring and the thickness of the wood. Draw a 2 lines in the end of the board the width of the ring. Connect them diagonally and that is your angle
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  Re: RE: ring bowl by PVW ([quote='Arlin Eastma...)
(03-13-2019, 09:42 PM)PVW Wrote: its the width of the ring and the thickness of the wood. Draw a 2 lines in the end of the board the width of the ring. Connect them diagonally and that is your angle

???????
Scratching my head with a dumb look on my face here.
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  Re: RE: ring bowl by Arlin Eastman ([quote='PVW' pid='77...)
(03-14-2019, 12:36 PM)Arlin Eastman Wrote: ???????
Scratching my head with a dumb look on my face here.

take the board you are going to use to cut a ring.  on the end of the board draw two vertical lines spaced the width of the ring.  connect the top of one line to the bottom of the other so you have something that looks like |\|  and the diagonal line is your angle.  At least I think that's what he is saying.
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  Re: RE: ring bowl by crokett™ ([quote='Arlin Eastma...)
(03-15-2019, 09:06 AM)crokett™ Wrote: take the board you are going to use to cut a ring.  on the end of the board draw two vertical lines spaced the width of the ring.  connect the top of one line to the bottom of the other so you have something that looks like |\|  and the diagonal line is your angle.  At least I think that's what he is saying.

Thanks to both of you

Mike thanks for the email.

Last question can the space between the lines be farther apart to make or adjust the steepness of the bowl??  Let us say I want it two or three times the width of the wood or maybe even half the width of the board would that work.??
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  Re: RE: ring bowl by Arlin Eastman ([quote='crokett™' pi...)
(03-17-2019, 03:22 PM)Arlin Eastman Wrote: Thanks to both of you

Mike thanks for the email.

Last question can the space between the lines be farther apart to make or adjust the steepness of the bowl??  Let us say I want it two or three times the width of the wood or maybe even half the width of the board would that work.??

yes and makes difference in thickness of the walls
Don't quite grasp the rest of the question
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