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Thread: Article #4: Making a Segmented Bowl by Ken Salisbury

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    Article #4: Making a Segmented Bowl by Ken Salisbury

    Bravo to our latest contributor--Ken Salisbury!

    Here's an article for the intermediate woodworker
    on making segmented bowls!

    The article can be found here:
    http://www.sawmillcreek.org/articles/4

    Comments welcome!

    _Aaron_

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron Koehl
    Bravo to our latest contributor--Ken Salisbury!

    Here's an article for the intermediate woodworker
    on making segmented bowls!

    The article can be found here:
    http://www.sawmillcreek.org/articles/4

    Comments welcome!

    _Aaron_
    Excellent article Ken! When one day I finally buy a lathe....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron Koehl
    Bravo to our latest contributor--Ken Salisbury!

    Here's an article for the intermediate woodworker
    on making segmented bowls!

    The article can be found here:
    http://www.sawmillcreek.org/articles/4

    Comments welcome!

    _Aaron_
    A big thanks to Ken for taking the time and expertise to bring this information to the site.

    Bob

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    Smile

    Good Post nice Download thx
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    Segmented bowls stave construction

    Ken I love making segmented bowls. I use a slightly different technique which involves using a miter saw and compound miters. I learned this technique from Don Russell at John C. Campbell Folk School. It involves using a compound miter booklet that you get from Bridge City tools. It works great but I am probably not the best one to explain it. I have done quite a few bowls and vases with the technique. In October I am taking another course that carries the technique farther to create rings of compound miters to form an urn. I hope to be able to post pictures when I return. Love the segmented construction. It has reduced my scrap barrel significantly.
    Big Mike

    I have done so much with so little for so long I am now qualified to do anything with nothing......

    P.S. If you are interested in plans for any project that I post, just put some money in an envelope and mail it to me and I will keep it.

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    buy a lathe

    Sweet looking bowl. Makes me wanna go buy a lathe and give it a shot. Nice job!!!!
    "To us and those like us"

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    Great tutorial, Ken. Although I'm not a turner,YET, this was very informative....and tempting. Good job.

    Lou
    Procrastination.......

    Maybe I'll think about that tomorrow

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    Thanks for the Article Ken! Segmented bowls is something I have always wanted to try, this article will make it easier!

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