Wine Bottle Cutting (Part 2)

I completed my first successful cut today, and the finished product has been posted here for you all to see, as well as more extensive documentation of the process. It’s a wine bottle, which has been cut cleanly into two, and sanded to remove sharp edges. The body of the bottle holds 2 and a half cups of beverage, while the neck serves little practical purpose at the moment, except maybe as a funnel. It could be re-purposed into a drinking glass with a circular sheet of glass and a torch to make the base, but alas, I have no propane handy… I also took a video of the cracking process.

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