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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-10-2017, 01:59 PM Thread Starter
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Here ya go guys and gals. Inspiration galore. Don't let me stop ya. I see more things than I could possibly ever make. Ready, set, go!!!

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I bought a bowl bit a couple of years ago thinking I would make some Christmas gifts. The bit is still in the box, hmm, maybe this Christmas.
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Haha! You must have been reading my mind, Mike. I told Sandy last week that I wanted to try some bowls. Looks like I need to see what I can come up with.

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Whoa, Mikey! Nice catch!!
Now that's slick...
Looks like the kind of jig that with a bit of thought, a guy/gal could whip up them-self. (Hey, I thought it was one word but Spellcheck says not).

Thanks for those links; some great ideas in there.
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For the router guys, some mdf and a little drawing work should yield a template that can be used. There are videos out there I am sure.

I actually have a set of templates from MLCS that I have never used. Other projects always seem to get in the way.

And for the CNC guys, the sky is the limit!
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Some beautiful work there Mike.
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Done them with both templates and CNC. I strongly recommend hogging out the bulk of the material with a 1/2 inch spiral carbide bit before using your bowl bit.

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