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Introduction: Wooden Rings

these are the two rings I made from wood, and the Green Lantern ring that I made an Instructable for. The first two are carved with the Dremel, then hand cut for the design. Each one is then stained and sealed with polyurethane. The whole process for the Green Lantern Ring is here. Green Lantern Ring There is also an Instructable for the heart ring that explains what it is. Jewel Ring

I also have a slideshow of some ray guns that I made from wood as well.
I'm really enjoying making these, and as I make more I'll add them here.

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    78 Comments

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    Skwaab
    Skwaab

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Your spelling is immaculate for a 4 year old

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    mrbrian1969
    mrbrian1969

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I carved mine out of pearwood with just a homemade wood carving knife

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    toogood
    toogood

    13 years ago on Introduction

    heres one you could try Its a byzantine ring glued between two wooden rings

    ring.GIF
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    Nautilus34
    Nautilus34

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    THAT THING IS SO COOL!!!! nothing i would wear, but would go great with a viking costume or something

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    laruebridge
    laruebridge

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Just in case anyone interested, the company American Science and Surplus no longer carries the wooden pieces. Per email I sent inquiring.

    Thank you for writing. Although it’s been a couple of years now since we had the 27065 wooden piece assortment available, we appreciate you thinking of us. Please let me know if I can be of any help to you in the future.

    With best regards,

    CJ Baehni
    American Science and Surplus

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    laruebridge
    laruebridge

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I looked through all the tutorials for your rings and you did not provide item # for the wood purchased from American Science and Surplus, I went to the site and was unable to find wood bits. Do you have the order #. Thanks in advance.

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    aintMichael
    aintMichael

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    search for "27065 WOODEN PARTS". You get a pound of assorted parts for $2.50. Not all the parts are the same, but everytime i"ve bought them they have similar stuff so I would guess you'd get the same circles as I do.

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    jakesllama
    jakesllama

    12 years ago on Introduction

    nice rings i made a few of these too and showed them at colledge

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    labtech52
    labtech52

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    It was obviously a typo dumb a**, check your keyboard again and look at the proximity of the "e" to the "d". Trying to bastardized an individual's intelligence without probable reason doesn't make you witty.

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    ComplacentBard
    ComplacentBard

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    It was a joke. I obviously did not mean anything by it. Please calm down.

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    labtech52
    labtech52

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Well it was facetious if anything. However duly noted, I retract my sentiments then.

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    lunius
    lunius

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    although, just to make it even better, remove the "d" at the end of "bastardize" :D

    I agree completely however.