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Project by Dmytro Dovzhenko posted 08-10-2019 03:31 PM 298 views 0 times favorited 8 comments Add to Favorites Watch

My new commercial project is table flags with a logo on order.
The idea is that the stand and flagpole are made of varnished natural wood. The flag can have any logo.

In this example, the stand is made of juniper wood.

-- My YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DmitriyDovzhenko/videos





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MrWolfe

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#1 posted 08-10-2019 05:12 PM

Wow… cool stands.
I especially like the choice of wood and shape.
The pic with 15 of them nestled together is very visually striking.
Jon

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Dmytro Dovzhenko

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#2 posted 08-11-2019 01:32 AM



Wow… cool stands.
I especially like the choice of wood and shape.
The pic with 15 of them nestled together is very visually striking.
Jon

- MrWolfe

Thanks.
I spent a lot of time for creation of a qualitative form. Here all wooden, basis, flagstaff and top.

-- My YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DmitriyDovzhenko/videos

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Dmytro Dovzhenko

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#3 posted 08-11-2019 06:31 AM

Micro turning. Flagpole Diameter 1/4” (6mm) The topper of the flagpole carved from pearwood.

-- My YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DmitriyDovzhenko/videos

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ddockstader

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#4 posted 08-11-2019 05:46 PM

Really neat product. I must ask. How did you cut the scallops on the bottom of the stand? That certainly reduces the weight of the stand and I’d like to do something similar for my pen stands. But I can’t figure out how you cut them, unless you cut them before you turn the top of the stand. Thanks.

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Dmytro Dovzhenko

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#5 posted 08-11-2019 06:56 PM



Really neat product. I must ask. How did you cut the scallops on the bottom of the stand? That certainly reduces the weight of the stand and I d like to do something similar for my pen stands. But I can t figure out how you cut them, unless you cut them before you turn the top of the stand. Thanks.

- ddockstader


Thanks.
Unfortunately, I can not show the equipment and disclose technology. But in general terms, I’ll tell you. First, the workpieces were machined on a lathe, and then cuts were made. This is a complex process and the development of equipment took more than 1 year.

I tried many methods, but not always the quality was good.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BjMiucpg7g8/

-- My YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DmitriyDovzhenko/videos

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doubleDD

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#6 posted 08-12-2019 12:13 AM

These are really cool looking and also a great idea. Nice work.

-- Dave, Downers Grove, Il. -------- When you run out of ideas, start building your dreams.

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swirt

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#7 posted 08-12-2019 01:32 AM

Very talented. I like the way you made the bases nest into each other.

-- Galootish log blog, http://www.timberframe-tools.com

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Dmytro Dovzhenko

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#8 posted 08-12-2019 02:01 PM



These are really cool looking and also a great idea. Nice work.

- doubleDD


Very talented. I like the way you made the bases nest into each other.

- swirt

Thanks to all

-- My YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DmitriyDovzhenko/videos

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