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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-06-2020, 07:12 AM Thread Starter
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My friend sent me this video a few weeks back; simply awesome IMHO; I don't have a lathe but it sure makes ya think:


Hope everyone enjoys this as much as I did.......
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I saw that when the video was posted and thought it was pretty cool. Very time consuming but cool.

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Definitely interesting but what is it exactly? I mean I know it's a segmented turning which in itself is very cool and very time consuming but what function other then something to look at is it? Not that it has to have a function but I was looking for him to maybe cut it in half thickness wise and carve out the middle as a fancy serving dish or something. No doubt he has both skill and patience.
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Bet ya can't do that on a CNC.

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Oh to have the patience and skill, it is amazing.

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Certainly could, if I were inclined to put the time into gluing all those pieces together and had a reason other than 'I told you I could'.

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Edit - this took all of 5 minutes to draw in Fusion 360 though I didn't bother with the appearance to create all the little pieces nor did I go to the CAM portion to generate the toolpath. I would cut halfway, flip the piece, then cut the other half. This is 14" diameter but I could go up to about 24" if I wanted. Is there a market?

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Certainly could, if I were inclined to put the time into gluing all those pieces together and had a reason other than 'I told you I could'.

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Edit - this took all of 5 minutes to draw in Fusion 360 though I didn't bother with the appearance to create all the little pieces nor did I go to the CAM portion to generate the toolpath. I would cut halfway, flip the piece, then cut the other half. This is 14" diameter but I could go up to about 24" if I wanted. Is there a market?

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It is cool looking but I was also wondering what is was for.
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