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Today I added an article on the design of turned wooden bowls to my website. I hope it will be of interest to potential customers and also other turners. Visit my web site for more information about woodturning
I have started a series of reviews of some of the tools and equipment that I use in my woodturning workshop. I intend to add more from time to time. The first are of my Graduate shortbed lathe and my … Continue reading
From today, my turning blog has moved to turnedwoodenbowls.co.uk. Please click the link to see later posts.
Today I spent some more time on the prototype globe stand I mentioned yesterday. This involved a lot of gluing and clamping to make large blocks for the turning stage. I hope it will prove popular for sales at Greaves … Continue reading
Not much actual turning today. I have been working on a prototype of a big new globe stand. I was looking over some of my recent bowl rough-outs and was disappointed to find a lot of rejects. Over the past … Continue reading
Different turners make different things. One thing I have never tried is segmented turning. This involves accurately cutting and assembling lots of small pieces of wood and turning an item out of the block so patterns become visible. There are … Continue reading