Turning Archive 2008

Subject:
Save your wood scraps for segmented turning *PIC*

georgetroy
>The more I work in the shop, because of cold weather the more my scraps build up. I have boards that I rip and slice for segmentation, but I also slice some of the limb logs I use for special effects. All segmented turning does not have to be large and feature exotics. I have lots of drawings for small vases and bowls. If you want to do segmented turning or need an idea for small salad bowls, here is a couple. I make these in pairs of two or four. Use your favorite safe for food finish on these. This is not an attempt to discuss all phases of segmenting, just a start to recyle and use what you have. There are books out there and web sites to help you understand the processes. GT

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