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My second attempt at making a segmented bowl

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Project by Firebreather posted 12-28-2013 11:02 PM 986 views 0 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I made 2 separate jigs for my angle cuts for this project. One is a 30 and the other is a 15. All parts were cut on my table saw sled. I got much better and consistent angles this time. I am looking for a multi jig for cutting my angles if anyone has a link to some good ones plz let me know.

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poospleasures

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#1 posted 12-29-2013 12:01 AM

The first one was good. I can see the improvement now that you are really hooked. Nice work.

-- I,ve had amnesia for as long as I can remember. Vernon

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Darell

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#2 posted 12-29-2013 06:04 AM

Nice work. Go to www.woodturningonline.com. There are two or three different plans on the site for making your own sleds for cutting segments. Click on “tools and jigs” and scroll down. You’ll find them.

-- Darell, Norman, Ok.

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PaulLL

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#3 posted 12-29-2013 07:47 AM

Looks pretty good for only #2! THanks for the sled tip also Darell, I’ve gotten addicted to this turning thing too! ha

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aussiedave

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#4 posted 12-29-2013 07:51 AM

Very nicely turned for second turning project…I hope I get as good of a result on my first and second turning project… well done.

-- Dave.......If at first you don’t succeed redefine success....

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JJones98042

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#5 posted 12-30-2013 01:13 PM

Very nice! :)

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#6 posted 12-30-2013 03:06 PM

Great work and much better glue joints than your first, mostly perfect in fact. I use a sanding jig to perfect my glue joints. Not everyone does that, but then you have to have a good sharp table saw or miter saw blade and perfect settings. Saws tend to get a little dull long before sharpening, so I prefer the sanding jig method.

-- Mike, an American living in Norway.

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#7 posted 01-14-2014 08:48 PM

Very nice! I like the contrasting color.This is the table saw sled that I use. It’s very adjustable and safe. Keep on turning. http://lumberjocks.com/projects/46233

-- Brian Brooks, Maine

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