Step 15: Finished Bowl

Here's one of my favorite bowls.  I like the shape and size of the bowl.  It's large enough to hold fruit or other substantial items.
Really good instructable! I like the coreldraw work -- how to take a basic shape and make it curvy, how to generate multiple sizes of shapes easily. All good stuff. And, of course, the idea of doing two sets and then interleaving them! <br> <br>Not only is it a clear set of steps to do a bowl, the techniques are useful for a wide range of things... <br> <br>Thanks very much! I learned a lot! <br> <br>Dave
I LOVE this !!!
<p>I really thank you for this instructabe! It's just what i looking for ^)</p>
Very nicely done. My new laser cutter will arrive in two weeks. Looking forward to trying this one.
The rings would fit into each other with no overlap making it hard to stack and glue up. Any suggestions???
The two sets of rings are slightly different sizes - when you build the bowl, you alternate rings ftom each set.
downloaded the pdf, but it saves as a damaged file. Can't open it.
I just downloaded the PDF and viewed it in Chrome. What are you trying to view it with? Unfortunately I did not create the PDF, that is a feature of the Instructables site.
which is the outformat for lasercutting?
The laser cutter I use has a printer driver which converts the vector drawing into gcode for the laser cutter to use. Each manufacturer will have their own solution for how this works, so you will need to read the manual on how to use your laser cutter.
very nice!

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