Turning Archive 2008

Subject:
Help needed fixing dimples

Dinyar Chavda
>When hollowing a piece, I find it relatively easy to fix any ridges that might exist inside the piece. However, I find it much more difficult to get rid of dimples or valleys.

While I can feel it with my finger, I find it very difficult to locate it with the hollowing tool (almost regardless of whether it is a Hunter, ProForme, Kelton, or scraping bit), or whether I am using a straight shaft or a swan-neck, and get rid of it.

Any suggestions?

TIA

D

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