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    Using up the Offcuts

    Walnut, Ash and Oak Box, 7" dia.
    Finished with Cellulose Sanding Sealer, buffed and Microcrystalline wax.
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    It could be worse You could be on fire.
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    Chas, that is an outstanding box. I really like the form and tie combination of woods. thanks for showing it
    Chuck

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    Very nice!
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    Nice box Chas and welcome back!! If I ever get another tablesaw...I'll look into those.
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    Nice to see your work again! I like that and you did a really good job fitting and finishing grain running amuck!

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    Thanks for the comments folks, things been a bit slow around here lately on the wood front, had large commission of metal turning to do over the winter months, then Ano-Domini poked it's head up a couple of weeks or so ago and kept me out of the shop.
    Jim I use a chop saw to cut the segments, If set up carefully with everything true and a good sharp blade it does the job for segments this sort of size.
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    Beautiful Chas and nice to see ya again
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    Using up the Offcuts

    Fine looking work there,waste not want not
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    Ken

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    Another beautiful job Chas
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