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It's hard to prove a negative, but I believe you're wrong on TBIII containing wood. Went to their web site and found nothing on it having any. Plus, why wiuld you want to have a glue with maybe the wrong color wood in it when you can mix your own sawdust in it?
First off, I love the craftsmanship and design: it's beautiful. But, how in the world do you keep sawdust out of all the drawers underneath? I've been butchering wood for many decades and found that sawdust (like water) seeks its own level no matter how many times I blow out the shop with compressed air.As a project it's wonderful and a testament to your skill. But I think I'll keep mine on a sled.
I fuse with a regular glass (programmable) kiln. I always control the cooling so how do you anneal in this process?
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Very nicely done. Beautiful joinery. The ones I make are (I think) much simpler but they do require a lathe and well dried blanks. I don't go quite as big because I get the plastic tumblers with stainless steel liners at flea markets, cut the plastic off and line my mugs with the SS and since I have only found one size it can't beat yours for two fisted drinkers. I use mountain laurel for the handles, with or without the bark.
Good finish, interesting design, a little too busy for my tastes but I love copper and wood. Not sure how long this copper will stay untarnished on the wear points. My one dis-like is calling soldering "welding". Just kinda cringe every time I read it
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