That's very cool and very precise work I'm glad there are people in the world that have the skills and patience to do that sort of thing.I personally don't have either one. good stuff though. Thanks Jason and steve
That guy isn't a "mere mortal"!!
Great videos!David Springitt from England has written a book with the title something like Wood Wizardry where he does Chinese ball in a ball in a ball. One secret is to make plugs to fit into the open areas to stabilize the center piece.Charlestoothdoc9me@me.com
i especially love the one with the di in it.
i have a question, in order to cube in a cube in a cube, in what order do you cut the cubes, smallest first, then the medium cube. or vice versa?