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I like to push the manufacturing process to the extreme. My friend Gabriel Beaulieu makes african djembe as a part time job so he is a real pro with ...
Everything seems a lot more simple on paper, so we didn't worry much about our chances of success. àThe idea was to glue a lot of scrap wood ...
we didn't think of bringing wood clamps, se we had to create our own using treaded rods. It was a very messy job.
Once the bloc of scrap wood dried, we installed it onto the wood lathe. It was already becoming scary.
The first half hour was a nightmare. It was hard core turning to remove the edges. We still ended up with a neat hourglass shape. Cutting it in ...
We then glued back the four parts together to create the hallow core. The real job began. We had to be very careful not to stick the blade ...
After hours of work and sanding, we got the egg shape. But we still had a few hours of sanding to remove the inner edges.
We used an oil finish and normal equipment. We used a rollerskate bearing to give a little twist to the object. The wooden lampshade turns around the light ...
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