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Now that is why I got a planer and now working on getting a jointer because of projects like this
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Nice and those would make good gifts or items for craft fairs. Thanks for sharing.
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I have drawn some of those in Fusion 360 but have yet to cut them. One day...

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And if you drill a hole to fit a shop vac extension into your acrylic base it will greatly reduce the mess caused by the bowl bit. I drilled 3 small "intake" holes in front of the router to help with airflow.
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Good Idea Bob!
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Good looking projects and I like the process. Seems easy enough so this may have to be on "my list" of things to try. That list is becoming a book I fear....
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Good looking projects and I like the process. Seems easy enough so this may have to be on "my list" of things to try. That list is becoming a book I fear....
Here is a similar method.
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Appreciate the post. For a similar approach see my thread First Routed Bowl. I haven’t figured out how to link back to that thread so hopefully the curious will find it.

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Here's Jon's link. https://www.routerforums.com/show-n-...uted-bowl.html

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