Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Segmented Lathe Bowl
Ray Allen's stunning segmented bowls have been admired for years. The Yuma, Arizona, turner was asked to show you how to make one. While watching Ray build a segmented bowl blank, the secret was...
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Ray Allen's stunning segmented bowls have been admired for years. The Yuma, Arizona, turner was asked to show you how to make one. While watching Ray build a segmented bowl blank, the secret was uncovered to his success - painstaking precision. Whether he's constructing a 6in. bowl like the one shown at right or one of his larger pieces, Ray makes sure every segment fits perfectly. Here are the steps to follow; the precision is up to you.
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In response to all the woodworking and Facebook fans of the segmented woodturnings and segmented press designed by Bill Sands of the Turning Tuesdays woodworkers, here is the “How-To” in making a press to ensure that each segmented layer is glued and assembled for turning a segmented bowl, vessel, plate, urn, or anything else your imagination may conjure up.