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Hey folks,

I have these small rounds of wood pieces that came from an old wooden viking bowling set. they are angled at the top.  I'd like to keep this feature but when I start the hollowing Process I run into a lot of catches, even after I drill center of the piece. Any ideas could I possibly use  forsener or small spade bit?

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23 hours ago, Gerald said:

Ok here is an idea but I think it is not the answer. Cut the slant off and then turn or drill the end. Then cut the slant on bandsaw by using a V tray to hold the round piece.

I'm wanting to keep the slant to give it a different look.  maybe if I drill deeper into the piece to get the affect I'm looking for.

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