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Post  planetabarro on Fri Jan 25, 2013 9:16 pm

Maceta y bricolaje

Un amigo me ha encargado macetas para roca y tanuki. He pensado este sistema, utilizando epoxi, tuercas, arandelas metálicas y de caucho. También he construido un soporte en la maceta. Funciona muy bien

La tercera tiene un esmalte azul mate-levemente satinado. Todas son de alta temperatura

A friend has asked me to rock and tanuki pots. I thought this system, using epoxy, nuts, rubber and metal washers. I have also built a stand in the pot. Works great

The third has a matt-slightly glossy blue glaze. All are high temperature

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Post  KennedyMarx on Mon Feb 25, 2013 7:03 am

That's very clever. I've never seen a pot with deadwood or stone mounted into it like that.

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Post  JimLewis on Mon Feb 25, 2013 2:01 pm

I wonder what would happen if (when) the pot froze?

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Post  planetabarro on Tue Feb 26, 2013 2:43 pm

Hola KENNEDY ¡muchas gracias! los derechos de autor son míos Very Happy thank you very much! copyrights are mine Very Happy

Hola JIMLEWIS Las macetas están cocidas a 1260º, el hielo no es problema . Además los sistemas de anclaje permiten un poco de movimiento, hay algo de hueco, así que tampoco sería problema

The pots are fired at 1260 ° celsius, the ice is not a problem. Besides anchoring systems allow some movement, there is something hollow, so it would not be problem


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Post  chris on Tue Feb 26, 2013 3:15 pm

Great work, very very good idea, it means that the wood has only a small amount of contact with the soil, top idea!!!

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BEAUTIFUL POTS / BONITAS MACETAS!

Post  ho2cultcha on Thu Feb 28, 2013 3:22 am

wow! son muy lindas tus macetas con palos. uso mucho palo muerto en mis macetas y siempre es una lucha cuando se pudren y caen. me esta dando muchos ideas y soluciones! gracias!

your deadwood pots are real beautiful and what a great concept. i'm always using deadwood in my pots and i've constantly struggled w/ them rotting and falling over. you're giving me some great ideas. thanks!

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Post  planetabarro on Fri Mar 01, 2013 10:53 pm

ho2cultcha , Chris gracias!

Me alegro de que os sirva la idea. Un detalle: la base de la madera muerta solo está cubierta por 2-3 mm de tierra y está sellada con expoy

I'm glad to serve you the idea. A detail: the base of the deadwood is covered by only 2-3 mm of soil and is sealed with expoy

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