Segmented Woodturning Projects - Wooden Fruit Bowl - Part 2

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Sanding Jig For Segmented Woodturning   Part 2

Sanding Jig For Segmented Woodturning Part 2

Showing how to build a sanding jig for a Disc Sander that allows me to refine the angles on segments used in segmented woodturning. Includes information on how to calibrate the sander and how to sand the segments. This is part 2 of 2 parts...

Segmented Woodturning - How To Turn A Fruit Bowl Video - Wood Lathe Methods - Part 2

Segmented Woodturning - How To Turn A Fruit Bowl Video - Wood Lathe Methods - Part 2

Segmented Woodturning - Learn how to turn a fruit bowl in this YouTube video clip. - Watch wood lathe methods for turning a segmented wooden bowl. Segmented woodturning - Turning a segmented fruit bowl on a wood lathe requires strategy. The online woodturning video shows how a woodturner uses lathe ...

Segmented Woodturning - How To Turn A Fruit Bowl Video - Wood Lathe Methods - Part 3

Segmented Woodturning - How To Turn A Fruit Bowl Video - Wood Lathe Methods - Part 3

Segmented woodturning how to video - Learn how to turn a fruit bowl on a wood lathe in this segmented woodturning project. Turning a segmented fruit bowl on a wood lathe requires strategy. The YouTube woodturning video clips show how a woodturner uses lathe chucks & lathe tools to turn the bowl....

Segmented Woodturning - How To Turn A Fruit Bowl Video - Wood Lathe Methods - Part 1

Segmented Woodturning - How To Turn A Fruit Bowl Video - Wood Lathe Methods - Part 1

Segmented woodturning how to video - Learn how to turn a fruit bowl on a wood lathe in this segmented woodturning project. Turning a segmented fruit bowl on a wood lathe requires strategy. The YouTube woodturning video clips show how a woodturner uses lathe chucks & lathe tools to turn the bowl....

Wood Turned Chip And Dip Tray

Wood Turned Chip And Dip Tray

I had a cherry tray that I had rough turned three years ago. It was ready for its final turning. It had a crack in it and was very warped from the drying process. Fruit wood like cherry tends to move a lot when it dries. I cut the tray in half along the crack and cleaned up the two cut edges. I made...

Segmented Woodturning Projects - Wooden Fruit Bowl - Part 2

Segmented Woodturning Projects - Wooden Fruit Bowl - Part 2

Segmented woodturning projects - A woodworking how to video on how to make a custom woodturning, a fruit bowl. This is Part 2 of the woodworking video clips. This online woodturning project focuses on the wood lathe, various lathe tools used to shape the segmented wood turning, and applying a finish...

Segmented Woodturning Projects - Wooden Fruit Bowl - Part 1

Segmented Woodturning Projects - Wooden Fruit Bowl - Part 1

Segmented woodturning projects - A woodworking how to video on how to make a custom wood turning, a fruit bowl. In part 1 of this wood project we focus on accurate set-up of the 10 inch compound miter saw with a Wixey digital angle gauge and the Wixey digital protractor. A stop block ensures uniform...

Woodturning A Segmented Fruit Bowl

Woodturning A Segmented Fruit Bowl

My Aunt and Uncle asked me to make them a fruit bowl. In my research I found that most fruit bowls are relatively shorter. This bowl is 11.5 inches in diameter and 4 inches high. The woods I used are Cherry, red marble wood, Wenge and Maple. For a food safe finish coated the bowl with mineral oil, a...

A Segmented Turning - Part 2

A Segmented Turning - Part 2

In this video I build the bowl to go with the feature ring. The primary wood is mesquite with maple and bloodwood accents. I hope you enjoy the video. Comments are always welcome...