Turning Archive 2006
>As one who watched Jimmy Clewes turn an oriental box (winged vessel) at around 3000 RPM at the OVWG Symposium last October, I am hoping others have seen him do this in person or on his DVDs. My question is simple:
What tool or tools did Jimmy use on the winged portion of the box?
Yes, I plan to get those DVDs and I may even get a DVD player so that I can see them somewhere besides on this computer. ;^D
My guess as to the answer to my question is a spindle or detail gouge held almost vertically.
Thanks for your help.