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Segmented Bowl

09-17-2010 02:59 AM by Cousinwill | 6 comments »

Here are the steps I use to make segmented bowls. The first step show a piece of purpleheart 28” long Next I adjust the table on my Shopsmith to 22.5 degrees. This picture shows the purpleheart board cut with the 22.5 degree angle on the edge. This step is very important. If this angle is off everything else after this step will be affected. Next I cut the 28” board into 8 3” sections Here I am gluing the pieces

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First segmented bowl

04-13-2009 07:09 AM by Tim Scoville | 11 comments »

I tried doing a segmented bowl using beech and black walnut veneer for accents to give it a brick and mortar look. The beech was cut on my bandsaw at 45 degree angles and stacked. The bandsawn pieces were a good way to maximize the flat but assured that I would have plenty of end grain to cut. I was 98.5% done with the turning when I caught the tool on the edge of the bowl and ripped the bottom segment off, as you can see. I haven’t done it yet but will add an...

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