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Bowls by Jesse Sheets

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“My name is Jesse Sheets from Lee Summit, Missouri. Below are a few projects I have completed with major help from your website. I am so thankful that you have posted the different process to design these. I am a woodworking teacher in Blue Springs, Missouri and I am teaching some student how to construct a segmented bowl. ”

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Thanks Jesse, keep up the good work.

Stave Bowl from Mike Cambell

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Tyler_MorristownNJThis project came from Mike Campbell, who teaches woodworking and woodturning in Morristown High School. Last year I found a picture of your stave bowl on a random google image search for segmented bowls. An 11th grade student of mine, Tyler, recreated it and I thought you’d like to see it. He also made the table the bowl sits on in the picture.

Interestingly we did not see your website where the build process is explained until last week, so he figured out how to build it just by looking at the photo. I have been reading over your website and I am impressed with your work, I especially like the adjustable stave sled.

Great work Tyler!

Wagner Safe-T-Planer

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safetplanerWe’ve had a couple people contact us with concerns about using the Wagner Safe-T-Planer since it’s no longer on the market. In a couple of our videos, we use this planer on the drill press to flatten the top and bottom of the bowl after you glue the staves up.

I searched the web to see if I could find information about why the planer was discontinued and I didn’t really find anything. Read more

Chuck’s Table

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This project comes from Chuck

Here are 3 pics of the new dining room table that I finally took the time to build in early November.  The Zebra wood did not warp a bit due to its hardness and age.  The table weighs about 100 pounds, without the leaf because it is 2.25″ thick.  Read more

Leave Us Comments

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We would like your feedback about our website.  Good or bad, please leave us a comment on this post.  Help us improve our site.  Tell us what things you would like us to write about and/or cover.  If you have questions about something on the site, please let us know.  Thanks!

Ash Cradle

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This project was built by Chuck Roach from Wichita, KS. He built this cradle 4 years ago for their first granddaughter. The cradle disassembles so that it can be stored flat. It is his own design and is made of ash. Great work  Chuck!

         

First Segmented Turning by Ron Perry

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This project comes from Ron Perry, his first segmented turning. This is a pen and pencil cup for his wife’s desk at her office. It has 73 pieces in it.  Ron has been taking advantage of the segmented videos found on the HOW website.  We’re very glad that he has shared his work with us.  Great job Ron!

Pen Turning Addiction

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I’m going to blame this on my father-in-law, Roger. He told me that he just got a lathe and all the components to start turning pens. Later that week, the family and I headed down to visit the in-laws. I decided to stop at Woodcraft and pick up a pen kit so I could turn myself a pen while we were down there.  After looking at all the different supplies, I decided to wait. Read more

09: Turning Outside of Bowl – Part 8

This video demonstrates how to turn the outside of the bowl after it has been glued to a wooden face plate. Again, refer to the post “Segmented Bowl Making PowerPoint” on this website for the PDF document created to assist the woodworker with this whole bowl making process.

07: Gluing Bowls Halves – Part 6

This video shows how to glue the two halves of the bowl together after they have been sanded on the disc sander. You will need some rubber bands and glue. I use Titebond 2 Glue for the bowls I produce. I have also had good results using Titebond Original formula. I’ve tried and found that Franklin Titebond 3 formula doesn’t have the same “grab or tacky-ness” properties needed for using a “rub joint”.

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