Wood Turning a MASSIVE Log

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Neha Sharma
Neha Sharma
23 Feb 2022

This is definitely the biggest log I've put on my lathe so far. Probably too big as you can see from the wobbling at the beginning, even at the slowest speed. It was a pretty freshly cut eucalyptus log, but it had cracks in it already so I had to use some resin to fill them. It created a pretty cool effect, so all in all I think it's a neat vase!
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gakpetorcourage 3 months ago

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