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Mike
Corporate Member
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How the hell do you sand something like that??? It is unbelievable as always....
 

Phil S

Phil Soper
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I saw this in process. Absolutely amazing. It is hard to imagine what he will think of next
 

JohnnyR

John
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Gee Charlie, you could have warned us, I just got up from the dinner table and that's what mu stomach feels likeo_O
 

sawman101

Bruce Swanson
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Amazing Charlie! Keep it up and you might get the hang of this thing! (wink:wink)
 

drw

Donn
Corporate Member
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Charlie, Charlie, Charlie....you and your work are absolutely amazing! This work should be on display at a Gastroenterologist's office!
 

Charlie

Charlie
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Thanks for all the kind remarks.
I have to give credit to Malcolm Tibbetts for the design.
The 3 ovals are each made from a 7 1/2" diameter donut with a 2 1/2" cross section diameter, turned and sanded on the lathe. Then two 5" straight sections are turned and sanded. The donut is split in two and the straight sections glued in place between the two donut halves.
 

ErnieM

Ernie
Corporate Member
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I'm at a loss in trying to find new words of admiration for your work. Maybe Babel would help.
 

Bear Republic

Steve
Senior User
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Charlie, your description sounds so easy...... I'm still trying to wrap my brain around the shape.... Great job!
 

Jeremy Scuteri

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Jeremy
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Wow! That is really great Charlie. Thanks for sharing, it's a nice treat to see work like this.
 

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