Rings!

Thought I would share my smallest (and favorite) accomplishment on my jewelry stuff. Made these rings out of 1/8 inch cherry wood, used a dremel to shape and buff, then engraved and sealed with mineral oil (for a pretty finish). Had to get crafty to get the engraving right! Thank you Bob Ross :grin:

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I like them.

Have you broken one on purpose yet to figure out how strong they are? Hardwoods can be pretty brittle across the grain.

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I try to leave them with a bit of thickness because of that. I did drops and squeezed them, but they held up pretty well. :slight_smile:

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This is a brilliant holder for a round object! Did you tape it to the paintbrush at all, or did the fan not bother it as it went by?

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Very nice! It did a great job on the curved surface.

You could also make a ring jig with your Glowforge, maybe one with multiple slots so you could do a bunch at one time.

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Brilliant work!

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Nice!

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Thanks!
The wood blocks underneath were holding it secure, so it didn’t move too much.

These make a great addition to the tags with the side engraving. Very unique.

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