Woodturning A Segmented Walnut Bowl Part 2

This is the second half to this video:

In part one, I had a walnut bowl that I had started to hollow out, but never finished. It developed several severe cracks in it. I first cut the bowl into five pieces: three that I would keep and two with the cracks that I would not. I needed to remake those two pieces. I did this by making a completely second segmented bowl with the same overall form as the original walnut bowl. In part two, I took the leftover pieces from the segmented bowl and remade new solid walnut pieces. Then I put them all together to make a semi segmented walnut and padauk bowl.

28 ответов на “Woodturning A Segmented Walnut Bowl Part 2”

  1. OK. The project is superfluous….The amazing thing is the shop tools at your disposal!! Where did you get the half million dollars to buy industrial sized equipment. COme oN! Your disk sander is worth more than my car!!

  2. Beautiful! I love the dark 'strap effect " when you look inside. ITs very nice . And about the cracks:

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