Jan Conradie

Pot with inlays

The pot has a diameter of 195 mm and a height of 185 mm. It consists of two cones of 12 staves of African Wild Pear (top and bottom) and a midsection of 12 segments of African Wild Pear. Each segment is separated by a 2 mm thick Imbuia board. The dark top and bottom parts are made of solid Imbuia. Half-round cuts were made in every second segment of the middle ring to a depth of 5mm with a halfround bullnose router (9.5 mm) at and angle of 60° to the axis of rotation of the lathe and a Paduak dowel was glued into position. After drying the process was repeated at 60° in the opposite direction. The router jig described in the “Thread” section of WTP was used for this operation and was made by Dereck Nicolson (see Threads)

Pot with inlays
Jan Conradie, Oct 20, 2017
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    Jan Conradie
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