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Please pardon the less than stellar photos in this Instructable. It was created years ago when I had nothing but an inexpensive digital camera. I hope to update ...
While wine bottles can be used for various things, this tutorial is basically aimed at cutting the tops off. Hopefully, this Instructable will have you wishing and wanting ...
In choosing a bottle to cut on your tile saw, keep in mind that lumpy, bumpy or odd shaped bottles are a little more difficult to cut straight. ...
Hope you still have your safety glasses and earplugs handy! Let's begin making those rings, shall we? Make certain your saw is plugged in and on a stable, ...
Another thing to note are the punts, which I lovingly refer to as nubs or hubs on the bottom inside many bottles. When you first begin cutting a ...
If you prefer evenly sized rings, be sure to set and note the width of your cut. For those planning to make many rings, record the placement of ...
Ta-da! It was very easy. Now let's do it again. And again!
Continue cutting until you have reached the last section of the bottle which can be cut evenly, typically before the neck, until the bottle is completely cut into ...
Details, details, details for the techy: (7" QEP Wet Tile Saw) 120 Volts 60 Cycle 3600 RPM 4 Amps
Alright folks, you now have a bottle cut into rings. Stay tuned, I'll soon be adding instructions for melting them in a kiln. You'll have the coolest, tinkling, ...
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