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Old 03-21-2010, 06:48 PM   #1
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Wink Vase, ears or no ears.

I made this from some walnut that was .90" thick. It has been too cold to go to the garage and use the planer. I PM'd Carole for info on blade angle and she told me that with a 3/8" ring spacing and this thickness to use a 24 deg. angle. I used a #5 PSR blade from the sample pack I bought from Mike. 1 blade for each half. Man I love those blades. My board wasn't wide enough to do the full bowl that was in the magazine so I decided to do a vase. I then thought of the ears. Thus ears or no ears, that is the question.
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Both are great, but my preference is with the ears. It gives more character to the vessel and balances it off more.
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Merle : I love both , the Walnut is such a great choice of wood ........
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Looks great, I agree with Lois, ears gives it balance and character.
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Ears add character!

Nice piece!
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Like the ears . Sets it off .

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I like the vase with handles.
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How can it hear you if it doesn't have ears?

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Ears,it has to hear the complements.Tony
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