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Old 04-22-2013, 12:09 AM   #1
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Todays project was recycling bombers into drinking glasses. I just got a bottle cutter in the mail the day before. I started with 11 bottles and ended up with 6 glasses.

What do you think?

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Old 04-22-2013, 12:14 AM   #2
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I hope there's more you havent posted yet.

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Old 04-22-2013, 12:18 AM   #3
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Interesting...what'd you use to smooth the rims with?

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How sharp is the edges? The idea is cool if it works out safely.

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The edges are smooth as silk. I used coarse, medium and fine emory cloths and a lot of elbow grease to smooth them out.

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I hope there's more you havent posted yet.
Yeah I left out the pics of dunking them in boiling then cold water to get them to separate Also left out pics of me smoothing out the edges.
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Are the cuts intentionally curvy?

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Are the cuts intentionally curvy?
Nope just a ****ty job. I scored the hell out of the glass but only a few cut straight.
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pretty cool idea especially knowing you were able to smooth the edges. will they hold a whole 12oz beer now?

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Todays project was recycling bombers into drinking glasses. I just got a bottle cutter in the mail the day before. I started with 11 bottles and ended up with 6 glasses.

What do you think?
Sorry but I think the idea is not a great one and from the pictures I think you have failed to make drinking glasses that I would be game to use.
Try turning then into lava lamps or something.
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