Wood for Ring Making Laminated Blanks?

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Westfarthing Woodworks asked 5 months ago

Where do you get the wood you use to make your laminate blanks?


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Westfarthing Woodworks answered 5 months ago

Thank you Seth. If you don’t have a lot of tools, then look for thinner pieces of wood from a woodworking store, and then just glue them together into blanks.

If you have more tools, just buy regular sized stock, saw it into thinner pieces, and smooth it on a planer or sander.

Look online too, there are a lot of places that sell thinner pieces of wood, and you can shoot for 1/8 to 1/4 inch pieces which are perfect for laminating.

Happy building.

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