Thu, Jan 6, 2005, 10:24pm firstname.lastname@example.org (Buddy Matlosz) says:
I have a feeling you won't have any luck making a cylinder of that size
by either kerf- or steam-bending. One alternative would be to use square
stock and bore a hole with a Forstner bit. You could also chamfer the
outside corners to create an octagonal cross-section. A square or
octagonal shape might add more novelty to the cup's appearance than a
That's what I said. LMAO
I posted something similar, over an hour ago, but it hasn't shown
up yet. Might be able to cut ithin strips, steam 'em, then bend them
around a form. Then glue them to each other, gradually building up to a
cup. Personally, I'd just make a square one, or maybe 6 sides, 8,
whatever. Or, more likely, just shake them in my hands.
EVERY THING THAT HAPPENS STAYS HAPPENED.