Oolong vessels

Owes its flavors to oxidation levels between green & black tea.


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Mar 27th, '13, 14:45
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Re: Oolong vessels

by Evan Draper » Mar 27th, '13, 14:45

Dunno, a friend with jeweler's training and equipment did it. I think she had a diamond drill bit. I've asked her, and in the mean time, I found this....
http://www.naturalhandyman.com/qa/qadrilling.html

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Mar 27th, '13, 15:55
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Re: Oolong vessels

by Evan Draper » Mar 27th, '13, 15:55

edkrueger wrote:For someone who know nothing about drilling holes in things, how did you do it?

"With a diamond bit on a drill press. The ceramic needs to be under water while drilling, and a flex shaft is ideal because it can drill at lower speeds. Go slowly in and out to release the ceramic dust and keep things from heating up."

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