A scaled downed bowl

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C.Michael
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A scaled downed bowl

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I tried this and it worked out pretty good..I need to use the hole and peg idea to index the material..I was a little off on this trial
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What do you plan to put in that bowl?!... sesame seed?!

:lol:

That's pretty small! Keep up the good work!

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No silly....My aunt makes miniture doll houses and she was wondering what I could do with all of this CNC stuff..I showed her a large bowl and she wanted a small one to place in one of her houses...I was going to try and make a kitchen counter top and built in sink attached made out of scrap corian..i will be working on that over the weekend...

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Pretty neat!...and ..tiny :?

Now for the inevitable question....what size bit did you use?
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Thats very cool

Certainly keeps the material costs down :) (unless of course that is a reallly enormous coin ....)

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I used a .050 end mill at 15 inch feed rate and about a 20% step over..It took about 15 minutes on each side...

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