Introduction: Turning a Plywood Bracelet - PIP

Creating a bracelet from cabinet grade plywood. Video has two angle view of most of the turning.



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buck2217 (author)2015-06-26

Nice piece well done

jmwells (author)2014-03-09

Very well done. The two view perspective really is great. Have you ever done a burnished finish?

Fool4peppers (author)jmwells2014-03-09

Not sure how you do a burnished finish. Can you provide more details?

jmwells (author)Fool4peppers2014-03-09

Don't use the end grain.

jmwells (author)Fool4peppers2014-03-09

You take an oily wood, and press it into the piece prior to sanding(or, in place of sanding). You are friction burning the oil into the piece. I sort of oils, stains, smooths, and polishes the piece all at once. I find I can go straight to the polyurethane right after.

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