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Posted on Using a Fibonacci Gauge for Wood Turning

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#1 posted 09-11-2012 10:51 PM

I would consider using it to mark where you would cut grooves in somthing like a table leg. You might get away with using it for turning a bowl with and depth maybe?? However the use of math would save you from using the gauge. I’m not a turner and I don’t know a lot about the Fibonacci Gauge.


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