Bowl turning is one of the hottest areas of interest for woodturners. Learn tips and tricks from a professional turner in this 2-hour, 20-minute double DVD set. If you're a beginner or intermediate turner looking for comprehensive instruction on how to turn bowls, this 2 disk set is for you!
The DVD's are standard NTSC videos which work in all DVD players in North America. For our international customers, we ship "region free" DVD's that will work in any country.
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Topics Covered in the DVD Video
Turning Green Bowl
- Chainsawing rough log
- Cutting blank to round
- Lathe mounting options
- Turning roughout profile
- Shear scraping techniques
- Hollowing interior
- Centre saving interior
- Drying options
- Determining proper lathe speeds
- “Rules for roughouts”
- Safety tips
Finish Turning Dry Bowl
- Mounting options for dried bowl
- Truing up and rough turning exterior
- Finish turning exterior
- Adding decorative design elements
- Finish turning interior
- Proper shear scraping techniques
- Power sanding protocol
- Completing the foot
- Finishing options
- Design and form review
- Jig sharpening techniques
Plus many more tips and tricks for success!
For additional savings, check out our combo packs!
D. Russell is a professional studio woodturner, teacher and writer. He
has written numerous articles for international woodturning magazines,
which have been published in more than 78 countries around the world.
Steve has demonstrated in numerous cities across the United States. His
studio, Eurowood Werks, specializes in bowls, platters and hollow forms
with unique visual and tactile treatments.
Steve has also been a regular featured writer for the Guild of Master Craftsman's
"Woodturning" magazine, published in London England. Woodturning
magazine is the world's leading magazine for woodturners. Look for his articles covering technical topics, or project based articles.