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I had the drunken weave done, for it seems like for ever… last week I decided to finish it… added a ring border.. for the Hands On Expo in Brisbane on the week end….
I had a piece of one hundred year old Silky Oak… Lace Wood… Grevillea Robusta… ok
Drilled a hole in the centre and fitted it to the TWC and cut a ring.. leaving a 1/16 inch gap to be filled with a stripe of Purple Heart..cut with the Incra TSLS 32 ..unashamed plug… eventually these plugs will be profitable. lol

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Now that is a very pretty thing!
I'm all for the shameless plug,especially when it's for a quality outfit like Incra.
I have their 300mm bendy rule & am getting the protractor from Santa (would love a table saw draped with the Incra TSLS 32 but alas my 7ft by 13ft workshop won't allow such extravagance!)
Nice one Larry…
 

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What is this? A Holy Larry? What ever it is, its fantastic!!
 

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a thingie! a thingie!!!!!!
amazing… do you sell the incra as well? I am looking for someone who can send it to NZ (don't get excited - not now, when I get my next tablesaw - the robland can't be fitted with incra)
 

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Very cool Larry. What is it for?
 

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You tell me Mike… actually it is a pizza stand… put the pizza box on it to save the coffee table… lol
 

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man that has to be the fanciest pizza box stand i have seen

(I hope your not going to tell us it took 400 hours to do and is worth a the cost of a few incra draped saws)

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Hooky you is a bad lad,,, the ring only took a few minutes to cut on the TWC… so I can't really charge anything for the extras????
N U is right that is the fanciest pizza stand on LJs
 

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Larry that board is very cool. I would suggest that it is indeed a bread cutting board. As you cut, the crumbs fall through to the bottom. When you're done you simply lift the board and sweep away the crumbs. Or…you can put a handle on it and use it for a tennis racket! I'm sure this flexible item will become a best seller. No matter, it's so good to look at, you could just hang it on the wall as art.
 

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I've never heard of a pizza box stand, but it looks very nice.
What is the diameter of this ?
Mini versions would make nice trivets.
Great job !!

Lisa
 

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Mike I did…. hung it on the wall that is… ;p
 

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Very nice work, Larry.
I like the open weave on this one.
Ellen
 

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Very cool. I like it a lot.

Doug
 

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Drunken weaves surely go well with beer and pizza. Probably took you so long as you spend all your time now signing autographs…

Very cool design.
 

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Very nice work. I'd eat pizza every day just so I could use the stand. Great job.
 

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As always, very cool.
 

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WOW!!!
 

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looks great , larry !

isn't it funny that the easy ones
take the longest ? (LOL)
 

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@mtkate, nah it took him so long cus he's been doing nothing but videotaping all the wood he has ;)

Very nice piece though Larry, I have a hard time cutting things square still…
 
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