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    Sliced wood bending technique - video

    Sliced wood bending technique. Not exactly certain of the applications here, beyond some furniture, but it's interesting.

    2:53 video:



    More: https://shop-time.net/amazing-wood-bending-technique/

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    Cool idea, but as you said why? I wonder if the type of wood is important, like would a piece of pine stay together?

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    I would agree; I'll bet the type of wood is very important, although I think that the technique can be done with a decent variety of wood.

    This is also called "expanded wood" or "expanded solid wood". Here's more: https://sethrolland.com/theme/expanded-wood/

    $14,000 dining table:


    And an up-close so you can see the technique:



    The table is a bit rich for my blood, but these vases are interesting, and, while not cheap, they're not absurd at $120 each. Glass tube inside:


    This bookend shows off the aesthetic nicely. Kinda ornate for my style, but I think it plays cleverly on the appearance of an open book with its pages leafed.

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    you have to have imagination, since I am a little lacking thanks, I love the table.

    Ralph


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